The lunar theory of Hill and Brown View Full Text


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DATE

1980-02

AUTHORS

Dieter S. Schmidt

ABSTRACT

Hill and Brown solved the equations of motions of the Moon with the help of multiple Fourier series. We describe their method and show how it can be adapted, so that all work can be carried out by a computer with the help of an algebraic processor called POLYPAK.

PAGES

163-169

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  • 1979-04. Literal solution for Hill's lunar problem in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
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