PLANETARY ORBITS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM
(Showing how a division by halves might encompass all the planets with the exception of Mars and Neptune).

The radii of each wave is equal to a distance of a planet from another planet. The distances were first plotted on graph paper for accuracy, where each square equalled 10 million miles.
Musically, a huge string could be imagined to be plucked between Mercury and Pluto. The first vibration would be the whole, running in a circle from the innermost to the outermost planets, and would indicate the beginning tone C.
The second vibration would be an octave above at C.


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