Astronomers have confirmed the hypothesis that the planets in solar-type systems are located under the law of Titius – Bode. This law is the analog of Liesegang phenomenon, which has the physico-chemical nature. The discoveries support the hypothesis that was presented by the author in February 1977.
In 1977, the author proposed hypothesis according to which the regular structure of planetary and satellite systems can be explained as a consequence of spatially periodic condensation of gaseous matter during the formation of Central body. The Uranus’ and Neptune’s rings were predicted. (Preprint. Institute of Chem. Phys. Academy of Sciences of USSR. Chernogolovka, Feb. 1977). http://creatacad.org/?id=22&lng=eng http://creatacad.org/index.php?id=24&lng=eng
According to the hypothesis, the periodic condensation on cosmic scales is an analogous to the Liesegang phenomenon. It has been established that, using the theory of supersaturation, one can explain the nature of the Titius-Bode’s law. Calculations indicate that the hypothesis in agreement with certain facts: the mechanism of condensation under consideration does not contradict the basic laws of diffusion (of mass-transfer) and a number of physical models.
In recent years, some astronomers (see for example, C. Lovis, et.al, Astronomy & Astrophysics manuscript no. HD10180) have confirmed the hypothesis that the planets in solar-type systems are located under the law of Titius – Bode. http://www.eso.org/public/archives/releases/sciencepapers/eso1035/eso1035.pdf
I believe this is one of the compelling evidence of the hypothesis, which is converted into the theory. Although it must be borne in mind, the law can be significantly distorted due to the influence of various factors on the process of the formation of primary rings of protoplanets and their satellites. http://creatacad.org/?id=22&lng=eng