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DATE

1992-10

AUTHORS

J. Klačka

ABSTRACT

Perturbation equations of celestial mechanics in terms of orbital elements are completely derived in application to the motion of interplanetary dust particle in the gravational field of the Sun and under the action of disturbing forces. Consideration of change of mass of interplanetary dust particle is the most important feature of this derivation. The results obtained are completely general in the case of constant masses. More... »

PAGES

23-39

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1993-01. Interplanetary dust particles and solar wind in EARTH, MOON, AND PLANETS
  • 1992-11. Interplanetary dust particles and impact erosion in EARTH, MOON, AND PLANETS
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