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DATE

1976-11

AUTHORS

J. Henrard

ABSTRACT

Some of the basic ideas of an analytical orbiter theory which is being developed by Hubert Claes in Namur are presented. The theory is based on the Lie transform technique and will be expressed in a closed form up to second order. The inclusion of additional terms of the third order (expanded in power series of the eccentricity) will be considered. Special attention is being given to the choice of the elements and to the final form of the theory. Three main criteria are used. The removal of the virtual singularities of small inclination and eccentricity. The simplicity of the final form of the theory once the elements have been given their numerical values. The numerical stability of the evaluation of the theory. More... »

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331-331

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