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The Orbits of Mars, Earth and Venus
Lynn Rose and Raymond Vaughan

The following orbits are generally consistent with Velikovsky's sequence of events following Venus' origination from Jupiter; they also satisfy conservation of angular momentum and do not violate (per se) conservation of energy.  The orbits are given here by semi-major axis and eccentricity.  The semi-major axis is the first figure in the parentheses; it is expressed in Astronomical Units.  Other orbital parameters can be calculated in terms of these two.

Orbits during the period after Venus' origination from Jupiter and before Venus' encounters with Earth: Venus (3.0, .800); Earth (.81, .067); Mars (.55, .050). Orbits during the period after Venus' encounters with Earth and before Venus' encounters with Mars: Venus (1.0, .500); Earth (1.1, .167); Mars (.55, .050). Orbits during the period after Venus' encounters with Mars and before Mars' encounters with Earth: Venus (.72, .007); Earth (1.1, .167); Mars (1.0, .400).  Present orbit: Venus (.72, .007); Earth (1.0, .017); Mars (1.52,.093).

The orbits may be regarded as approximate, within various limiting factors.  A fuller discussion will be published as soon as possible.

Raymond Vaughan studied at MIT and is currently senior technician with the Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, New York.

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