Physical Sciences
dynamical connection
orbital plane
cometary orbits
353-360
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planets
parent planet
hypothetical planetary orbits
hypothetical transplutonian planets
radius
criteria
Radzievsky-Tisseran criterion
geometric effects
high concentrations
distribution
pole
concentration
orbit
results
2006-05-01
connection
region
Searches for transplutonian planets using long-period comets
period P
effect
terrestrial planets
parabolic comets
articles
comets
transplutonian region
statistics
https://doi.org/10.1134/s1063773706050094
2006-05
plane
observed distribution
We discuss the dynamical connection of long-period and nearly parabolic comets with hypothetical transplutonian planets. The statistics includes 792 comets with periods P > 200 years. The orbital plane of the parent planet can be determined from the observed distribution of the perihelia and poles of cometary orbits. The radius of a planetary orbit can be calculated using the Radzievsky-Tisseran criterion. We calculated the minimum distance of each of the 792 orbits to 11 hypothetical planetary orbits. Testing for the kinematic connection of comets with transplutonian planets yielded a negative result. The presence of the nodes of cometary orbits in the transplutonian region is shown to be the result of a geometric effect. We found a high concentration of the nodes and perihelia of cometary orbits in the zone of the terrestrial planets.
planetary orbits
presence
en
minimum distance
negative results
distance
false
zone
article
kinematic connection
nodes
years
long-period comets
2022-01-01T18:16
search
perihelion
transplutonian planets
Vologda State Pedagogical University, Vologda, Russia
Vologda State Pedagogical University, Vologda, Russia
Kuzâ€™michev
V. V.
0320-0108
Pleiades Publishing
0360-0327
Astronomy Letters
pub.1052928284
dimensions_id
Astronomical and Space Sciences
Tomanov
V. P.
10.1134/s1063773706050094
doi
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