Copyright - Karim A. Khaidarov, July 28, 2004

AETHEREAL WIND

APPENDIX

Table 1A. Planetary niches of Solar System

N

Planet

rel.radius

orbit radius [m]

T-B num.

niche radius [m]

eccentricity

closure

0

Mercury

0,387

5,791E+10

1

5,791E+10

0,206

0,000

1

Venus

0,723

1,082E+11

1,75

1,013E+11

0,070

0,068

2

Earth

1,000

1,496E+11

2,5

1,448E+11

0,017

0,034

3

Mars

1,524

2,280E+11

4

2,316E+11

0,093

-0,016

4

Asteroids

2,709

4,053E+11

7

4,053E+11

0,000

0,000

5

Jupiter

5,203

7,785E+11

13

7,528E+11

0,048

0,034

6

Saturn

9,539

1,427E+12

25

1,448E+12

0,056

-0,014

7

Uran

19,182

2,870E+12

49

2,837E+12

0,047

0,012

8

Neptune

30,058

4,498E+12

97

5,617E+12

0,009

-0,199

9

Pluto+Kuiper Belt

67,046

1,0 E+13

193

1,118E+13

0,250

-0,102

10

Epik - Oort Belt

133

 

385

2,0 E+13

   

 

Table 2A. Jupiter satellites

N

Satellite

Orbit radius [m]

T-B numbber

Niche radius [m]

closure

0

Niche 1 (niche lower than planet surface)

1

5,528E+07

1

Anastasia (free niche or new satellite)

 

1,75

9,673E+07

 

2

Metis, Adrastea

1,280E+08

2,5

1,382E+08

-0,074

3

Amalthea,Thebe

2,219E+08

4

2,211E+08

0,004

4

Io

4,216E+08

7

3,869E+08

0,090

5

Europe

6,709E+08

13

7,186E+08

-0,066

6

Ganymedes

1,070E+09

25

1,382E+09

-0,226

7

Callisto

1,880E+09

49

2,709E+09

-0,306

8

Lidia (free niche or new satellite)

 

97

5,362E+09

 

9

Leda, Himalia, Lisithea, Elara

1,111E+10

193

1,067E+10

0,041

10

Ananke, Carme, Paciphae, Sinope

2,120E+10

385

2,128E+10

-0,004

 

Table 3A. Saturn satellites

N

Satellite

Orbit radius [m]

T-B numbber

Niche radius [m]

closure

0

Niche 1 (niche lower than planet surface)

1,654E+07

1

1,654E+07

1

Niche 2 (niche lower than planet surface)

2,894E+07

1,75

2,894E+07

 

2

Niche 3 (niche lower than planet surface)

4,135E+07

2,5

4,135E+07

 

3

C,D-rings

6,697E+07

4

6,616E+07

0,012

4

Atlas, Pan, A-B-rings

1,336E+08

7

1,158E+08

0,154

5

Enceladus, Thephys, Telesto, Calipso

2,347E+08

13

2,150E+08

0,091

6

Dione, Elene, Rheia

4,0E+08

25

4,135E+08

-0,033

7

Titius (free niche or new satellite)

 

49

8,1 E+08

 

8

Titan, Gyperion

1,481E+09

97

1,604E+09

-0,077

9

Japetus

3,561E+09

193

3,192E+09

0,116

10

Bode (free niche or new satellite)

 

385

6,368E+09

 

11

Feba

1,295E+10

769

1,272E+10

0,018

 

Table 4A. Uranus satellites

N

Satellite

Orbit radius [m]

T-B numbber

Niche radius [m]

closure

0

Nishe 1 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

1

2,522E+06

 

1

Nishe 2 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

1,75

4,413E+06

 

2

Nishe 3 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

2,5

6,305E+06

 

3

Nishe 4 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

4

1,009E+07

 

4

Nishe 5 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

7

1,765E+07

 

5

Planck (free niche or new satellite)

 

13

3,278E+07

 

6

Bianca, Belinda, Portia Puck, Rosalinde

6,916E+07

25

6,305E+07

0,097

7

Miranda, Ariel

1,298E+08

49

1,236E+08

0,050

8

Umbriel

2,650E+08

97

2,446E+08

-0,083

9

Titania, Oberon

4,358E+08

193

4,867E+08

-0,105

 

Table 5A. Neptune satellites

N

Satellite

Orbit radius [m]

T-B numbber

Niche radius [m]

closure

0

Niche1 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

1

3,009E+06

 

1

Niche2 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

1,75

5,265E+06

 

2

Niche3 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

2,5

7,522E+06

 

3

Niche4 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

4

1,204E+07

 

4

Niche5 (niche lower than planet surface)

 

7

2,106E+07

 

5

Nayada, Talassa, Despina

4,800E+07

13

3,912E+07

0,227

6

Galatea, Larissa

7,360E+07

25

7,522E+07

-0,022

7

Proteus

1,176E+08

49

1,474E+08

-0,202

8

Triton

3,548E+08

97

2,919E+08

0,216

9

Nernst (free niche or new satellite)

 

193

5,807E+08

 

10

Nëther (free niche or new satellite)

 

385

1,158E+09

 

11

Nemesida (free niche or new satellite)

 

769

2,314E+09

 

12

Nereid

5,562E+09

1537

4,625E+09

0,203

Fig. 1A. Theoretical (blue curve) and actual (red curve) radii distribution of planet niches.

Fig. 2A. Theoretical (blue curve) and actual (red curve) radii distribution of Jupiter satellites.

Fig. 3A. Theoretical (blue curve) and actual (red curve) radii distribution of Saturn satellites.

Fig. 4A. Theoretical (blue curve) and actual (red curve) radii distribution of Uranus satellites.

Fig. 5A. Theoretical (blue curve) and actual (red curve) radii distribution of Neptune satellites.