On Using Minor Planets Close to the 2:1, 3:2, 4:3 Commensurabilities to Determine the Mass of Jupiter View Full Text


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DATE

1970

AUTHORS

W. J. Klepczynski

ABSTRACT

In recent years there have been several attempts to determine the mass of Jupiter using minor planets in the 2:1 commensurability range which were suggested by Hill (1873) as being especially useful for this purpose. Table I lists the results. Minor planets 10, 24, 31, 52 were studied by Klepczynski (1969), 48 by Zielenbach (1968), 57 by Fiala (1968) and 65 by O’Handley (1967). Taking all things into consideration, I believe that these investigations are giving the best results that have so far been obtained using minor planets. By best results, I mean about five and a half significant figures in the reciprocal mass. However, before any further significant improvement can be obtained from dynamical analysis using minor planets, we must be able to identify objects which are considerably more useful for this goal. It is the purpose of this paper to present such a list of objects. More... »

PAGES

143-150

Book

TITLE

Periodic Orbits, Stability and Resonances

ISBN

978-94-010-3325-1
978-94-010-3323-7

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-3323-7_12

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