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The images below show how the academic science expounds the architecture of the mass distribution under Earth's surface. We may ask if this scheme is true. The work presented argues for much more options how to design such cosmic body like the Earth. |

It seems (and it will be confirmed i the next chapters), that the space (spacetime) density defining the material world (at least all what is consisting of the mass particles), is determined by that gravitational object, which is causing its highest value in a respective spacetime particular point. In other words, we can tell, that every gravitational object, manifesting itself by its own (in the next chapters we shall use "open") gravitational field, must be surrounded by the interface area, inside which the space (spacetime) density is defined by its gravitational field, in accordance with the equation (107).

Also it seems (and it will be confirmed i the next chapters), that the spacetime continuum inside the open gravitational field of the mass object, despite it is defined by its own space density, makes in its place possible the real existence of the spacetime structure manifested by the space density as defined by any another existing mass object,with its respective speed, as defined by the equation (115).

In this work we shall derive the parameters of the interface area in the most simple case, when the inferior object is nested inside the open gravitational field of the dominant object, and, no another object is close enough to the inferior object, to share the same part of the interface area with it.

The gravitational acceleration induced by the object

The mass distribution inside gravitational body is solved on principle that the mass differential must be considered directly proportional not only to the mass density, but also to the space density.

The gravitational acceleration inside gravitational object is derived on the principle that the inner spheres of the object are contributing to the gravitational acceleration above the higher spheres by their gravitational acceleration, as derived in the chapter 5.3.2.2, but re-calculated for the respective space density, determined by the mass distribution of the gravitational object.

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