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A Note on Astrometric Data and Time Varying Sun-Earth Distance in the Light of Carmeli Metric

Authors: V. Christianto

In this note, we describe shortly time varying Sun-Earth distance in the light of Carmeli metric and compare the result with recent astrometric data. The graphical plot suggests that there should be linear-linear correspondence between Sun-planets distances and their time variation.

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[v1] 26 Aug 2010
[v2] 30 Aug 2010

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