Relativity and Cosmology


Radar Time Delays in the Dynamic Theory of Gravity

Authors: Ioannis Iraklis Haranas

There is a new theory gravity called the dynamic theory, which is derived from thermodynamic principles in a five dimensional space, radar signals travelling times and delays are calculated for the major planets in the solar system, and compared to those of general relativity. This is done by using the usual four dimensional spherically symmetric space-time element of classical general relativistic gravity which has now been slightly modified by a negative inverse radial exponential term due to the dynamic theory of gravity potential.

Comments: 6 pages, Published: Serbian Astronomical Journal, no. 168, 2004, 49-54.

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