What is 1 solar mass?

Aug 12, 2021
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In the past, I accepted what was consistent results from a search. "1 solar mass is the mass of the sun." NOT!
That would never compute! Everywhere is regurgitation.
1 year and 1 AU computes to 1 SolarMass = SUN + EARTH mass . The disinfo everywhere, even here. Stop it, thanks.
ref: https://www.space.com/42649-solar-mass.html
"M = (d/G)v^2 " REALLY?
(d3 / P2) or V3 * Period / C
then the constants ...

M+m = (Math.pow(d,3)/Math.pow(P,2)) * (4 * Math.pow(PI,2) / Gv); kilograms.

Constants
AU years * Masses[0]+Masses[3];
meters secs * (4 * Math.pow(PI,2) / Gv);

P secs d meters
(P^2 / d^3) = 4PI^2/(Gv(M+m))
((4PI^2) / (P^2 / d^3)) / Gv = M+m
(d^3 / P^2) * (4PI^2) / Gv = M+m

M+m=(d^3 / P^2) * (4PI^2) / Gv
P^2 =((4PI^2)/(Gv(M+m))) * d^3

d = meters;
secs = PI2 * d / (m/s);
secs = 360 / dailyMotion * secday;
var C = 8 * Math.pow(PI,3);
var V = PI2 * d / secs;
echo((Math.pow(V,3)*secs / C)); ==
echo((Math.pow(d,3)/Math.pow(secs,2)));
M+m = Kg = one of those, * (4PI^2) / Gv;
 
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