Reviewer #4: The Author has written the article titled " Influence of Gravitational Waves on Planetary Orbits" which seems to me a good work, and acceptable for publication if the author responds to my following questions positively based on some general and specific observations:

1. How does the new dynamic gravitational equation differ from the existing gravitational equations? What are the assumptions and approximations made in the derivation of the equation, and what are their limitations?

2. What is the methodology used for the specific distribution analysis of gravitational waves around the sun? How accurate are the calculations of the gravitational wave effects on the orbits of the planets? What is the level of uncertainty associated with these calculations?

3. Can the author provide a detailed explanation of how the proposed dynamic gravitational equation can account for the observed deviations in the orbits of the planets? How does the equation handle the complex interactions between the planets, the sun, and the gravitational waves?

4. What is the level of confidence in the comparison between the calculated planetary orbit data using the dynamic gravitational equation and the NASA observation data? What are the sources of error or uncertainty in the comparison?

5. What are the implications of the proposed dynamic gravitational equation for future astronomical observations and planetary missions? Are there any testable predictions or experimental evidence that can validate or falsify the equation?