Relativistic Theory of Celestial Reference Frames View Full Text


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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

V. A. Brumberg , S. M. Kopejkin

ABSTRACT

At present, the general theory of relativity (GRT) should be considered as the necessary framework for the description of the gravitational field and the construction of astronomical reference frames. In contrast with Newtonian mechanics one cannot introduce in GRT the global Galilean (inertial) coordinates. The coordinates of GRT are in general not unique and equally admissible. This results in the intrusion of coordinate-dependent, unmeasurable quantities into astronomical ephemeris. For example, in ephemeris astronomy, in order to use the well-known numerical planetary and lunar theories of motion DE-200/LE-200 referred to the barycentric coordinate time it is necessary to take into account the type of the space-time coordinates inherent to these theories. More... »

PAGES

115-141

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-0933-5_6

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