Investigation on the Consequences of a Strengthened Newtonian Gravity at Short Distances
In the middle ages, especially in astronomy and mechanics, the construction of the theory of movement of the solar planet system was a triumph of science. The confrontation that lasted for centuries between proponents of the Ptolemaic geocentric system and the heliocentric system of Aristarchus-Copernicus ended with the victory of the latter. A central interaction of bodies that is greater than Newtonian at short distances is considered. It is demonstrated that the velocity of escape from a body is essentially more than the velocity of escape provided by the theory of Newton. According to Newton’s theorem, the Universal force Gravity is central, each mass m is attracted with force by another mass M in the Universe, The distance between the masses is inversely proportional to the quadrate and is directed along the axis, The cores of the masses bind. The relation of the latest core relationship with the A black hole’s gravitational radius is observed. The gravitational radius of a black hole is shown to be They may be arbitrarily tall. The Black Hole (Dark Body) gravitation does not follow the classical It obeys the law of the essentially strong central gravitation (Newtonian) law of Gravitation.
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Institute of Mechanics of National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia.
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