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The UG Characteristics at NonRelativistic Velocities
The UG Equations of Astronomical Objects
Applying the UG Theory to Model Galaxy Morphology
Applying the Theory of Unified Gravitation to Saturns Ring System
The Potential Energy Spiral and the Constant Velocity Curve
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