Something just crossed my mind that should be slightly interesting regarding density, mass and KilljoyKlown’s question about the Sun. We have shown the following relationship below (previous quote) for the Time Dilation factor of three different regions of the cosmos. I wonder what our density is at the 5.27ly, and why, if the Sun is less dense, do we have a larger Time Dilation factor to account for. It seems the Time Dilation effect, though related to density and radius in relationship to our mass, why then would the Time Dilation be higher on the Sun’s surface, than on the higher density/radius of the Earth? Is this more an effect of shear mass over and above radial density? Just a question. What is our density, if we called our radius 5.271 LY?