- The theoretical prediction fits
well the observational datas, except for the resonant couple Neptun-Pluto,
as expected.

What about the Titus-Bode law ?

From the above theretical result
Souriau builds immediatly a "golden law" :

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Next, the golden law and the Titus-Bode law are compared, the latter corresponding to :

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If we consider its rotation period, the Sun follows this law. The interpretation is the follwing: Souriau supposes that all the system is shaped by dissipative processes, due to tidal effects.

Then he applies his method to the
satellites of Saturn :

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The two typical peaks apper again.
Selecting these two lines, Souriau builds the reciprocal Fourier transforms.
The result is given on figure 7. Notice that the Sun "behaves like a satellite
of Saturn".

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By the way the rings of Saturn fit
very well the golden law.

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Similar results, for the set of Jupiter'
satellites.

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Notice the presence of the Sun,
considered as "a satellite of Jupiter".