Quantisation of the Auxiliary Gravitational Field in Astronomical Systems

Authors: R. Wayte

A quantisation-field model has been developed to explain the general dependence of angular momentum on mass squared of astronomical bodies. The gravito-cordic field is proposed as a real controlling force acting azimuthally, in harmony with normal gravity acting radially, to encourage long-term stability of astronomical systems. The quantisation of the field involves a gravitational de Broglie wavelength and associated force, which organises material into stable orbits. Optimum coupling between the field and orbiting material occurs for a specific velocity and spatial dimensions, as derived by way of electromagnetic theory. For every system, the atomic fine structure constant (α ~ 1/137) has appeared as the major factor.

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[v1] 11 Jan 2011

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