NEWTON'S LAW OF UNIVERSAL GRAVITATION IS ONLY ONE OF THE THREE LAWS OF GRAVITATIONAL INTERACTION IN THE UNIVERSE

- Mykola Kosinov

## Abstract

It is shown that Newton's law of gravity is not the only law of gravitational interaction in the Universe. Newton's law of universal gravitation (FN=GmM/r^2) is only one of three laws of gravitational interaction. In addition to Newton's law of gravitation, two new laws of gravitation are given: Fк=mR^3/(T*r)^2; Fcos=(mc^2)√Ʌ. These two laws of gravitational interaction remained undiscovered for more than 300 years. The three laws of gravitation (FN=GmM/r^2, Fк=mR^3/(T*r)^2, Fcos=(mc^2)√Ʌ) revive classical gravity and develop Newtonian dynamics towards a complete model of gravity. Newton's law of gravitation together with the two new laws of gravitation provide a complete and consistent description of gravitational interaction in the Universe.29 Sep 2024Submitted to *ESS Open Archive * 04 Oct 2024Published in *ESS Open Archive *