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Behaviour of a two-planetary system on a cosmogonic time-scale

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2005

Konstantin V. Kholshevnikov
Affiliation:
Sobolev Astronomical Institute, St.Petersburg State University, Universitetsky pr., 28, St.Petersburg, Stary Peterhof, 198504 Russia email: kvk@astro.spbu.ru
Eduard D. Kuznetsov
Affiliation:
Astronomical Observatory, Urals State University, Lenin pr., 51, Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia email: Eduard.Kuznetsov@usu.ru
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Abstract

The orbital evolution of planetary systems similar to our Solar one represents one of the most important problems of Celestial Mechanics. In the present work we use Jacobian coordinates, introduce two systems of osculating elements, construct the Hamiltonian expansions in Poisson series for all the elements for the planetary three-body problem (including the problem Sun–Jupiter–Saturn). Further we construct the averaged Hamiltonian by the Hori–Deprit method with accuracy up to second order with respect to the small parameter, the generating function, the change of variables formulae, and the right-hand sides of the averaged equations. The averaged equations for the Sun–Jupiter–Saturn system are integrated numerically over a time span of 10 Gyr. The Liapunov Time turns out to be 14 Myr (Jupiter) and 10 Myr (Saturn).To search for other articles by the author(s) go to: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abstract_service.html

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© 2005 International Astronomical Union
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