Newtonian–Machian analysis of the neo-Tychonian model of planetary motions
en European Journal of Physics. Por las condiciones de la revista, no puedo reproducir el artículo, sin embargo indico su abstract:
The calculation of the trajectories in the Sun–Earth–Mars system is performed using two different models, both in the framework of Newtonian mechanics. The first model is the well-known Copernican system, which assumes that the Sun is at rest and that all the planets orbit around it. The second is a less wellknown
model, developed by Tycho Brahe (1546–1601), according to which the Earth stands still, the Sun orbits around the Earth, and the other planets orbit around the Sun. The term ‘neo-Tychonian system’ refers to the assumption that orbits of distant masses around the Earth are synchronized with the Sun’s orbit. It is the aim of this paper to show the kinematical and dynamical equivalence of these systems, under the assumption of Mach’s principle.