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Stationary Solutions of the Averaged Three-Body Problem and Some Problems of Planet Motion Stability

  • G. A. Krasinsky (a1)

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A general theory of stationary solutions of the averaged N-body problem is briefly described. Numerical results in some particular cases (general three-body problem in the nonresonant case and restricted circular problem both in the nonresonant and resonant ones) are presented. Some applications into the problem of planetary stability are developed.

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Stationary Solutions of the Averaged Three-Body Problem and Some Problems of Planet Motion Stability

  • G. A. Krasinsky (a1)

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