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