Poynting-Robertson effect II. Perturbation equations View Full Text


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DATE

1992-12

AUTHORS

J. Klačka

ABSTRACT

The problem of the complete set of perturbation equations of celestial mechanics in application to the Poynting-Robertson effect is discussed. Differential equations and initial conditions for them are justified. Sudden beginning of operation of the Poynting-Robertson effect (e.g., sudden release of dust particle from comet) is taken into account.

PAGES

211-218

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1992-10. Perturbation equations of celestial mechanics in EARTH, MOON, AND PLANETS
  • 1992-10. Poynting-Robertson effect I. Equation of motion in EARTH, MOON, AND PLANETS
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