Purpose. To investigate the technique for constructing a three-dimensional distribution function for the masses of the interior of the Earth and its derivatives, coordinated with the parameters of the planet's gravitational field to fourth order inclusive. By using the mass distribution function constructed, to make an interpretation of the features of the internal structure of an ellipsoidal planet. Methodology. Based on the created initial approximation of the function, which includes a reference density model, further refinements are built.
Purpose. To build a three-dimensional function of the mass distribution of the Earth's interior according to the parameters (Stokes constant to the second order inclusive) of the external gravitational field of the Earth without considering the minimum deviation from its known density models in geophysics. Methodology. The classic methods of constructing mass distribution use only the Stoke’s constants zero and second orders.
In the work, the dual nature of the gravitational potential is investigated. It is proved, that the integral representation of the gravitational potential is a mirror reflection of the same images for the class of harmonic functions. The integrated equations, enabling to restore potential and it’s derivations on the boundary of sources-including areas was obtained.