The real value of Mercury's perihelion advance

@article{Nobili1986TheRV,
  title={The real value of Mercury's perihelion advance},
  author={A. Nobili and C. Will},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1986},
  volume={320},
  pages={39-41}
}
The perihelion advance of the orbit of Mercury has long been one of the observational cornerstones of general relativity. After the effects of the gravitational perturbations of the other planets have been accounted for, the remaining advance fits accurately to predictions according to the theory of general relativity, that is, 43 arc s per 100 yr. In fact, radar determinations of Mercury's motion since the mid-1960s have produced agreement with general relativity at the level of 0.5%, or to ±0… Expand