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Stellar Metamorphosis: Stellar Axial Angular Momentum During Evolution

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

A new branch to the general theory is described. The star's total axial angular momentum decreases as it evolves. Angular momentum is mathematically described as L = I*W. L is angular momentum, I is the moment of inertia, W is the angular velocity. As well, for future reference the moment of inertia factor will change for the Sun as it is a homogeneous body. Its moment of inertia factor is probably very close to .4, not .070 as purported by the dogma. The math is shown for I= 2/5Mr^2, and W = 2Pi rad/86,400 seconds, for the Earth. Plus a few additional notes are added to compare Mars to Venus to Earth.

Comments: 11 pages of handwritten notes and calculations, 1 graph

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[v1] 2019-06-27 21:11:36
[v2] 2019-06-29 20:14:05

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