**First Law** - Planets orbit the the sun in elliptical orbits, using the sun as one of the ellipses two foci.

**Second Law** - The areas swept over by a vector (line) drawn from the sun to a planet are proportioned to the times of describing them.

**Third Law** - The squares of the times of revolution of two planets are in the ratio of the cubes of their mean distances. *From data obtained, as orbital radius (R) increases, the period (on cycle, or T), gets bigger. The relationship between ***R** and **T** were found to be:

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K = *__R__^{3}
T^{2}

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Where:*

**R** = orbital radius (m) - center of body 1 to center of body 2

**T** = period (s) - time per orbit

**K** = Kepler's Constant (m^{3}/s^{2}) - Constant only in the system it was measured in.

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