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Dynamical evolution of objects on highly elliptical orbits near high-order resonance zones

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 January 2015

Eduard D. Kuznetsov
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Kourovskaya Astronomical Observatory, Ural Federal University, Lenin ave., 51, Ekaterinburg, 620000Russia email: eduard.kuznetsov@urfu.ru
Stanislav O. Kudryavtsev
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Kourovskaya Astronomical Observatory, Ural Federal University, Lenin ave., 51, Ekaterinburg, 620000Russia email: eduard.kuznetsov@urfu.ru
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Abstract

Both analytical and numerical results are used to study high-order resonance regions in the vicinity of Molnya-type orbits. Based on data of numerical simulations, long-term orbital evolution are studied for objects in highly elliptical orbits depending on their area-to-mass ratio. The Poynting–Robertson effect causes a secular decrease in the semi-major axis of a spherically symmetrical satellite. Under the Poynting–Robertson effect, objects pass through the regions of high-order resonances. The Poynting–Robertson effect and secular perturbations of the semi-major axis lead to the formation of weak stochastic trajectories.

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