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DATE

1973-01

AUTHORS

J. R. Cherniack

ABSTRACT

We describe the design of a working Poisson Series Processor that is more general than others in use today. We try to show that the price of generality is worth paying in active research areas in celestial mechanics.

PAGES

107-121

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  • 1970-06. The main problem of artificial satellite theory for small and moderate eccentricities in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
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