Geoidal potential free of zero-frequency tidal distortion
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It has been proved that the geoidal valueW0 is not dependent on the system used for defining the geoid surface. It is the same for the zero-frequency tidal system, mean system and tide-free system. It has been suggested,W0 be adopted as primary constant defining the length dimensions of celestial bodies.
KeywordsCelestial Body Length Dimension Tidal System Tidal Distortion Geoid Surface
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