Of C - Seconds, Powers of 2, Kilometers per second, and others ....
- Stephen Craimer
The Spheres of Our Solar System
Sol The center of our system is The Sun - Sol. A convenient measurement for the vast distances in our system is a cSec, the distance that light, radio or any information travels in a second. In the sphere 100 cSec from The center little survives for long. Mercury orbits The center between surfaces of the spheres 180 to 200 cSec from the center. Venus orbits within 3 cSec of the 300 cSecs Sphere. The Habring 425 is a 44 cSec diameter toroid whose center is 425 cSecs from The center. Earth and the moon within are within 5 cSecs of the 500 cSec sphere. Mars the last of the inner planets lies between the surface of 700 to 800 cSec spheres The majority of the Main Asteroid belt is between the 1000 and 2000 cSec. Jupiter 2600 cSecs Saturn 5000 cSec Uranus 7500 cSec Neptune 10000 cSec.