Primordial Depletion in the Inner Region of the Asteroid Belt, A < 2.2AU View Full Text


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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

Francisco López-García , Adrian Brunini

ABSTRACT

We report some evidences of orbital stability in the inner Solar System using numerical simulations. The studied objects are real asteroids and test particles. In the first case the elements were obtained from the Ephemerides of Minor Planets (EMP) and in the second were at random, in all cases a a AU, e i π). The test particles are perturbed by the Sun and planets but not within themselves. We include the full gravitational effects since Mercury until Saturn. The initial positions and velocities of the planets as well as their masses and radius were obtained from the Nautical Almanac, 2000.0. In all the numerical simulations we used a step size of 0.015 yr not only to guarantee numerical precision but also to account for all close encounters with Mars, Earth and Venus. All test particles were investigated after each time step and were removed from the simulation those particles whose eccentricity become one or have entered the influence sphere of the inner planets or have close approaches to the Sun, less than 0.07 AU. We integrated the orbits for 100 Myr. This study is similar to recent research realized by Mikkola and Innanen (1995), Holman (1997), Evans and Tabachnik (1999) to study the stability of test particles in the Solar System. More... »

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339-340

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Dynamics of Natural and Artificial Celestial Bodies

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978-90-481-5865-2
978-94-017-1327-6

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