Variable constant of gravitation and celestial mechanics View Full Text


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DATE

1970-06

AUTHORS

A. M. Finkelstein

ABSTRACT

In the present paper the celestial mechanics consequences (light deflection, radar ranging of the planet, geodetic precession and secular effects in the orbital elements in the two-body problem) for the class of the theories based on the vacuum Jordan's Lagrangian has been considered. In these theories the gravitational constantG is proportional to ϕ−η, ϕ being a scalar field and η, some dimensionless parameter and the local law of conservation of the energy-momentum tensor holds. Of all these theories with different η the most interesting one is that corresponding to η=0. In the postnewtonian approximation this gravitational theory is completely equivalent to the general theory of relativity. More... »

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237-252

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01229498

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