There are a group of seven tangent numbers( positive and negative) that describe the make up of the solar system, and possibly further. These tangents are based on three groups of degree numbers: 20, 40, 80, 160, 320 and 36, 72, 90, 108, 144, 180, 216, 256, 270, 288, 324, 360, and 60, 120, 240, 300. The tangents are (positive and negative)

0

.7265

3.0776

1.732

.363

.839

5.67

This is based on work by Carl Munck and others. I have expanded on the original tangents discovered of 3.0776 and .7265. There is a possible 8th tangent of .509, with degree numbers of 27, 207, 153, 333

These tangents and numbers describe orbital velocities, diameters of planets, surface areas, orbits in miles, distances between bodies, circumferences of bodies, and more. These numbers are based on ideal numbers for diameters etc. I suggest these numbers were of the original design of the solar system.

A few examples:

Earth diameter 7920 miles

7920 tangent 0

Sun orbital speed 450,000 mph

450,000 tangent 0

Earth circumference 24,900 miles

24,900 tangent 1.732

Earth to moon 238,900 miles

238,900 tangent .839

Earth surface area 196,900,000 sq miles

196,000,000 tangent -.363

Planetary tangents based on diameters:

Sun 0

Mercury .363

Venus .839

Earth 0

Moon 0

Mars 3.077

Jupiter 1.732

Saturn .839

Uranus .363

Neptune 0