A new theory of the motions of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter View Full Text


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DATE

1975-08

AUTHORS

J. L. Sagnier

ABSTRACT

The main features of this theory are presented with special emphasis on the most specific of them: choice of the parameters, separation of the problem into subproblems (main problem, generalized main problem, complete problem), special adaptation of the method required by the resonant situation of the Galilean system.

PAGES

19-25

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1970. Application of Hill’s Lunar Method in General Planetary Theory in PERIODIC ORBITS, STABILITY AND RESONANCES
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