1 degree would be 3600 seconds of arc : 73.33 years = 49.093 seconds of arc per year.
One orbit of 360° has 3.600 seconds per arc = 1.296.000 seconds of arc : 49.093 seconds per arc/year = 26,398.87 years
THE SUN ACTUALLY NEEDS APPROXIMATELY 26.000 YEARS FOR AN ORBIT AND NOT 220 MILLION YEARS.
A further confirmation of this theory is the proper motion of the stars next to the sun. These should move just as slowly as the sun according to general science as they are also +/- 30.000 light years away from the galaxy and should orbit directly around it. In reality, these stars have a
MUCH BIGGER MOVEMENT
And the fastest, BARNARDS PFEILSTERN, moves at a pace of 10 seconds per arc per year. Furthermore, whole ranges of stars move at more that one second per arc per year. (watched from the earth).
The question that arises is whether the stars orbit round the sun. I am afraid I have to leave this question out. There could be more than one question here.
should be too difficult in my eyes, particularly not when a lot of people