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Orbit Radius and Speed of the Sun Around the Center of Gravity of the Solar System

Authors: Lubomir Vlcek

The start of the 22-year cycle begins with a well-established dipole field component aligned along the solar rotational axis. The field lines tend to be held by the highly conductive solar plasma of the solar surface. The solar dipole field, through similar processes, reverses again at the end of the 22-year cycle. The new solar cycle by definition begins with the sun in the middle latitudes (around 30 ° north latitude and 30 degrees south latitude - Spörer's law ) arises first sunspots. These spots have opposite magnetic polarity than the spots above the solar cycle. Around the center of gravity of the Solar System v Sun = 377,64404380671797815401286112528 m/s and RSun orbit = 0,41727286425040580889702383164445e+11 m = 0,27892571139733008616111218692781 AU. Keywords: center of mass, angular momentum, solar cycle, orbit radius of the Sun around the center of gravity of the Solar

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