Correlating Galileo's principle of Inertia, Huygens' equation of centripetal acceleration and Kepler's formula of planetary motion, Newton gave humanity the Law of Universal Gravitation, which is still in use today, in the age of artificial satellites.
-- Although all these geniuses were firm believers of the Aether, Newton postulated that gravitational attraction originates in the inert nature of matter and preferred not to speculate about its mechanical transmission at immense distances.
This was the first scientific acceptance of an 'action at a distance force'.
Newton also left open the question regarding the origin of the rotation of gravitational systems.
In the general theory of relativity Einstein attempted to eliminate the Newtonian concept of force all together by postulating that it is the 'geometrical nature of space' to curve around a massive object. This curvature of space is supposed to be responsible for the elliptical orbital motions of the planets. Relativity also leaves the mystery unsolved regarding the initial rotation of gravitational systems.
Aethro-Kinematics explains Galileo's Principle, Huygens' centripetal acceleration, Kepler's Laws of planetary motion, Newton's gravitational attraction and the origin of rotational gravitation using a single fluid-dynamic theory of the Aethereal Sink-Vortex.