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A Necessary Condition to the Simultaneous Correction of Celestial Reference Frames and Minor Planets Orbital Elements

  • M.J. Martínez Usó (a1), F. Marco Castillo (a2) and J.A. López Ortí (a2)

Abstract

In order to obtain corrections to orbital elements of minor planets and to determine parameters of rotation of a reference frame, a geometrical model with restrictions in the declination, longitude of the ascending node and argument of the perihelion to minimize a residual function involving all named parameters was presented (Marco et al., 1996, 1997). On the other hand, such rotational model of correction should not modify the semiaxis, eccentricity nor the mean anomaly, so new restrictions on these parameters seem to be necessary. These conditions should reflect the invariability in the size of the orbit and they should be included in the model to complete a consistent set of restrictions.

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Marco, F.J., López, J.A., Martínez, M-J.: 1996, A time-dependent extension to Brower’s method of orbital elements correction, Dynamics, Ephemerides and Astrometry of the Solar System, pp.199202
Marco, F.J., López, J.A., Martínez, M.J.: 1997, Temporal variation of perturbed elliptic elements: a semi-analytical approach, Celest. Mech., 68,193198

A Necessary Condition to the Simultaneous Correction of Celestial Reference Frames and Minor Planets Orbital Elements

  • M.J. Martínez Usó (a1), F. Marco Castillo (a2) and J.A. López Ortí (a2)

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