ABSTRACT
This report is about the physics of Time in astrophysical motions. After briefly surveying the state of helioseismography, the authors chisel further the computations of the acousticoambipolar waves emitted by the Sun and the differential rotations of its structural layers, and explore how the sweeping fronts issued from these layers synchronously and spatially situate the planets. The fusion unitreaction time and the rotational speed of the solar core are shown to be interconnected. The true or real solar year becomes an exact physical value; slowly, all the measures of the terrestrial year acquire exact physical relations, while the true or real years of the Earth's translation  around the Sun and around the system barycenter  finally emerge. Accordingly, the computations of the Great Equinoctial or Platonic Year and of the Great Apsidal Year are reexamined, along with Wilhelm Reich's specification of the "lawful galactic numbers" of the Sun and Earth (those of the Moon are also computed). These are found to be roottime numbers, and their significance is explored. Lastly, the authors reanalyze the gravitational acceleration on the surface of a "pulsatile" Sun, correcting the value of the Sun's radius and uncovering its surface ejection velocity filter.
