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DATE

1982-01

AUTHORS

V. A. Brumberg, T. V. Ivanova

ABSTRACT

The technique of the general planetary theory has been proposed for constructing a theory of motion of the Moon. This method enables us to elaborate the consistent theory of motion of the principal planets and the Moon, which is of particular importance for determining planetary perturbations in lunar motion. As an initial approximation for lunar motion, an intermediate orbit generalizing the Hill's variational curve has been built. This orbit includes all solar and planetary inequalities independent of eccentricities and inclinations of the Moon, Sun and planets. In calculating this orbit, the motion of the principal planets in quasi-periodic intermediate orbits has been taken into account. This solution was produced with the aid of the Universal Poissonian Processor (UPP) elaborated in the Institute for Theoretical Astronomy (Leningrad). More... »

PAGES

77-81

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1978. Mathematical Results of the General Planetary Theory in Rectangular Coordinates in DYNAMICS OF PLANETS AND SATELLITES AND THEORIES OF THEIR MOTION
  • 1973-11. Construction of a general planetary theory of the first order in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
  • 1979-05. A new solution to the Main Problem of Lunar Theory in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
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