*A New Method of Calculating Gravity without the Gravitational Constant*

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Scientific Paper | |
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Title | A New Method of Calculating Gravity without the Gravitational Constant |

Author(s) | James P Siepmann |

Keywords | gravity, gravitation, Observational Physics, Space, aether, gravitational constant, Space Constant, general relativity, cosmology. |

Published | 1999 |

Journal | Journal of Theoretics |

Volume | 1 |

Number | 2 |

No. of pages | 2 |

## Abstract

By using the Space Constant Equation it is possible to accurately calculate the gravitational force of any celestial body and the "fudge factor" of the gravitational constant is able to be discarded forever. This article expands upon the underlying principles outline by Siepmann JP, Journal of Theoretics, Vol. 1 No. 1, The Laws of Space and Observation and demonstrates the usage of the Space Constant Equation.