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37 36 through the looking glass We have reached the end of the inner solar system. Beyond Mars lies a particularly huge space, the other side of which is the enormous planet Jupiter. It is in this space that the Asteroid Belt is found, thousands of large and small tumbling rocks, silicaceous, metallic, carbonaceous and others. There are spaces, Kirkwood Gaps, in the asteroid belt, cleared where orbital resonances with Jupiter occur. The largest gap is at the orbital distance which would correspond to a period of one third that of Jupiter. The largest of the asteroids by a very long way is Ceres, comprising over one third of the total mass of all of them. She is about the size of the British Isles and produces a perfect eighteenfold pattern with Earth see page 56. Bodes Law predicted something at the distance of the asteroid belt see page 16, but it was Alex Geddes who recently discovered the weird mathematical relationship between the four small inner planets and the four outer gas giants. Their orbital radii magically reflect about the asteroid belt and multiply as shown below and opposite to produce two enigmatic constants. Ve x Ur 1.204 Me x Ne Ve x Ma 2.872 Me x Ea Me x Ne 1.208 Ea x Sa Sa x Ne 2.876 Ju x Ur Ea x Sa 1.206 Ma x Ju Ve x Ma x Ju x Ur Me x Ea x Sa x Ne The asteroid belt is unlikely to be the remains of a small planet as no sizeable body could ever have formed so close to Jupiter. the asteroid belt separates the four small rocky inner planets from the four huge outer ones the pattern of Geddes magical multiplications
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