A Simplified Repetition of Silvertooth's Measurement of the Absolute Velocity of the Solar System

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Scientific Paper
Title A Simplified Repetition of Silvertooth\'s Measurement of the Absolute Velocity of the Solar System
Author(s) Paul Wesley, Stefan Marinov
Keywords Silvertooth's experiment, absolute velocity, solar system, rotating axle
Published 1987
Journal None
Pages 16-31

Abstract

I [Stefan Marinov] carried out Silvertooth's experiment in a substantially different arrangement which simplifies enormously its execution. I obtained in January 1987 the following figures for the absolute velocity of the Solar System and for the equatorial coordinates of its apex: v = 386 [] 38 km/s, [] = - 22o [] 6o, and a = 12.5h [] 0.5h. This result is in agreement with Silvertooth's result, my own results using a rotating axle, the coupled mirrors experiment and the toothed-wheels experiment, and the result of the 2.7oK thermal cosmic background anisotropy.