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2021-07-25

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Ayyub Guliyev, Shaig Nabiyev, Rustam Guliyev

ABSTRACT

This article presents the results of an analysis of Tisserand’s constant for 1389 long-period comets in relation to a hypothetical planet. A mechanism is proposed to apply Tisserand’s criterion for a relatively trans-Neptunian planet with a notable inclination and orbit eccentricity. In particular, the algorithm considers the planet’s heliocentric distance in the era of a clearly-defined transformational change in the cometary orbit. Thus, we carried out the corresponding calculations by simulating the planet motion plane. This study allows a comparative analysis of Tisserand constant values for proposed hypothetical planet parameters. The most notable result is for a planet at a proposed distance of 340 AU. More... »

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