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Rigorous and formal stability of orbits about an oblate planet
W. T Kyner
by American Mathematical Society in Providence
|Statement||by W. T. Kyner|
|Series||Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society, no. 81, Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society -- no. 81|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Though the planets have been stable when historically observed, and will be in the short term, their weak gravitational effects on one another can add up in unpredictable ways. Contents Preface xi Supplements to the text xv Chapter1 Dynamics of point masses 1 Introduction 1 Kinematics 2 Mass, force and Newton’s law of gravitation 7 Newton’s law of motion 10 Time derivatives of moving vectors 15 Relative motion 20 Problems 29 Chapter2 The two-body problem 33 Introduction 33 Equations of motion in an inertial frame 34 Equations.
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$\begingroup$ I'd planned on writing a short script to test a few oblique orbits to numerically to verify a few cases before adding a reward bounty, but I never managed to get "a round tuit". Thanks for the laborious MathJaxing:) $\endgroup$ – uhoh Mar 4 at However, in a book on The Solar System (3) published by Oxford University Press, we find on page the following statement: "The present dimensions of the solar system and distribution of the semi-axes of the planetary orbits are almost invariant over long intervals of time, but not entirely so.
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Bound with Rigorous and formal stability of orbits about an oblate planet by W.T. Kyner.A new concept of stability called normal stability is given which applies to a system in normal form and relies on the existence of a formal integral whose quadratic part is positive definite.
We give a necessary and sufficient condition for normal stability. This condition depends only on .K. Go´zdziewski & A.J. Maciejewski: Semi-analytical model of librations of a rigid moon orbiting an oblate planet orbit orbital frame Planet Moon w v r t n r t n u u v w principal axes frame Fig Geometry of the model.
these angles we have Rb = 2 4 cos˚cos −cos sin˚+cos˚sin sin sin˚sin +cos˚cos sin 3 5; (2) and Nb = 2 4 −sin cos.