Poynting-Robertson effect I. Equation of motion View Full Text


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DATE

1992-10

AUTHORS

J. Klačka

ABSTRACT

Derivations of the Poynting-Robertson effect are presented. They are based on the corpuscular nature of light (unlike Robertson's 1937 derivation). It is justified why currently presented derivations are incorrect and why classical (nonrelativistic) physics is not able to understand this effect. Relativistically covariant derivations not only for perfectly absorbing (spherical) dust particles are presented. Fundamental feature of the interaction between the dust particle and the electromagnetic radiation is the conservation of the (proper) mass of the particle. More... »

PAGES

41-59

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  • 1992-12. Doppler effect and nature of light in EARTH, MOON, AND PLANETS
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