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DATE

1975-02

AUTHORS

V. A. Brumberg, L. S. Evdokimova, V. I. Skripnichenko

ABSTRACT

Based on a general planetary theory, the secular perturbations in the motion of the eight major planets (excluding Pluto) have been derived in polynomial form. The results are presented in the tables. The linear terms of second order with respect to the planetary masses and the nonlinear terms of first order up to the fifth (and partly seventh) degree with respect to eccentricities and inclinations were taken into account in the right-hand members of the secular system. Calculations were carried out by computer with the use of a system that performed analytic operations on power series with complex coefficients. More... »

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131-138

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  • 1973-11. Construction of a general planetary theory of the first order in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
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