Authors: JianFei Chen
Newtonian constant of gravitation G is an important fundamental constants, but its value is still inaccurate. Because Universal Gravitation is too small, the complex environment in the laboratory seriously affects the accuracy of experiment. Calculating with planet orbit is an effective way to get its accurate value. Author found that there is a strict logical relationship between the energy waves of mean solar day and solar mass. With this relationship, we can get the precise value of solar mass. With the earth orbit, got the value of Newtonian constant of gravitation. G=6.672 148 4714(267) × 10-11 m3/kg s2, its relative uncertainty is 4.0 ppb. This is much more precise than the current value. [firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com]
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