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DISCREDITED HYPOTHESIS ABOUT SOLAR SYSTEM PLANETS' ORBITS
Bodes law; Titus-Bode law; Titius-Bode Law; Bode's Law; Bode's law; Bode-Titius law; Titus-Bode's law; Bode Law; Titus-bode law; The Titius-Bode Law; Titus-Bode; Titius-Bode law; Titius Bode law; Titius-Bode; Titius Bode; Titius-Bode's Law; Bodes Law; Titius Law; Titius' Law; Titius–Bode Law
  • Function f of Blagg formulation of Titius–Bode Law of Planetary Distances
  • [[Johann Daniel Titius]] (1729–1796)
  • [[Johann Elert Bode]] (1747–1826)

Bode's law         
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¦ noun Astronomy an empirical formula by which the distances of the first seven planets from the sun are roughly derived in terms of powers of two.
Origin
C19: named after the German astronomer Johann E. Bode.
Titius–Bode law         
The Titius–Bode law (sometimes termed just Bode's law) is a formulaic prediction of spacing between planets in any given solar system. The formula suggests that, extending outward, each planet should be approximately twice as far from the Sun as the one before.
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Titius–Bode law

The Titius–Bode law (sometimes termed just Bode's law) is a formulaic prediction of spacing between planets in any given solar system. The formula suggests that, extending outward, each planet should be approximately twice as far from the Sun as the one before. The hypothesis correctly anticipated the orbits of Ceres (in the asteroid belt) and Uranus, but failed as a predictor of Neptune's orbit. It is named after Johann Daniel Titius and Johann Elert Bode.

Later work by Blagg and Richardson significantly revised the original formula, and made predictions that were subsequently validated by new discoveries and observations. It is these re-formulations that offer "the best phenomenological representations of distances with which to investigate the theoretical significance of Titius–Bode type Laws".

Pronunciation examples for Bode's law
1. Bode's law wasn't even his law. It was a guy named Titus.
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