Temporary Capture into Resonance View Full Text


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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

Jacques Henrard

ABSTRACT

It seems likely that some pairs of satellites of Uranus have been temporarily captured into resonance in the past. In order to analyze these temporary captures, one must modify the model constructed for the capture into resonance of the satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. The key factor is the value of the oblateness of Uranus which is smaller than the corresponding value for Jupiter or Saturn. The smaller value allows some overlap of nearby resonances producing chaos and secondary resonances. The secondary resonances are instrumental in dragging the captured orbit back to the chaotic layer surrounding the primary resonance from which it can escape in the regular region outside the resonance. More... »

PAGES

193-196

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    Predictability, Stability, and Chaos in N-Body Dynamical Systems

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    978-1-4684-5999-9
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