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The Moon Orbit Analysis

Authors: Gerges Francis Tawdrous

The Moon Orbit Analysis Earth Moon motion has specific 4 points which are: 1.Perigee Point (R1): Radius 363000 km from Earth (the nearest point) 2.Total Solar Eclipse (R2): Radius 377000 km from Earth 3.Average Moon Orbit (R3) : Radius 384000 km (registered) 4.Apogee Point (R4): Radius 406000 km from Earth (the most far point) These 4 points are defined by 4 geometrical rules which are: -(1st Rule) Pythagoras rule : R2n + (86000km)2= R2n+1 (why 86000 km? we'll discuss that in this paper) -(2nd Rule) Moon Orbital Circumference at Rn= (1/Rn+1) -(3rd Rule) (Moon Orbital Circumference at Rn+1/ Moon Orbital Circumference at Rn) =1.0725 -(4th Rule) The Rate 365.25 This paper tries to prove this fact, and discusses more deep question… why the moon orbital different radiuses are defined by these 4 geometrical rules?

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