Recent measurements of the gravitational constant as a function of time

@article{Schlamminger2015RecentMO,
  title={Recent measurements of the gravitational constant as a function of time},
  author={S. Schlamminger and J. Gundlach and R. D. Newman},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2015},
  volume={91},
  pages={121101}
}
A recent publication (J.D. Anderson et. al., EPL 110, 1002) presented a strong correlation between the measured values of the gravitational constant $G$ and the 5.9-year oscillation of the length of day. Here, we provide a compilation of all published measurements of $G$ taken over the last 35 years. A least squares regression to a sine with a period of 5.9 years still yields a better fit than a straight line. However, our additions and corrections to the G data reported by Anderson {\it et al… Expand

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