Dynamics of Natural and Artificial Celestial Bodies: by Antonio Elipe, Miguel Vallejo (auth.), Halina Pretka-Ziomek, PDF

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By Antonio Elipe, Miguel Vallejo (auth.), Halina Pretka-Ziomek, Edwin Wnuk, P. Kenneth Seidelmann, David L. Richardson (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9048158656

ISBN-13: 9789048158652

ISBN-10: 9401713278

ISBN-13: 9789401713276

This quantity comprises papers offered on the US/European Celestial Mecha­ nics Workshop geared up via the Astronomical Observatory of Adam Mickiewicz collage in Poznan, Poland and held in Poznan, from three to 7 July 2000. the aim of the workshop was once to spot destiny study in celestial mech­ anics and inspire collaboration between scientists from eastem and westem coun­ attempts. there has been an entire application of invited and contributed displays on chosen topics and every day ended with a dialogue interval on a basic topic in celestial mechanics. The dialogue subject matters and the leaders have been: Resonances and Chaos-A. Morbidelli; synthetic satellite tv for pc Orbits-K. T. Alfriend; close to Earth Ob­ jects - ok. Muinonen; Small sunlight procedure our bodies - I. Williams; and precis - P. ok. Seidelmann. The target of the discussions used to be to spot what we didn't understand and the way we would extra our wisdom. the scale of the assembly and the language adjustments a bit of constrained the true dialogue, yet, as a result of excellence of the various dialogue leaders, each one of those classes was once very attention-grabbing and effective. Celestial Mechanics and Astrometry are either small fields in the normal topic of Astronomy. there's additionally an overlap and dating among those fields and Astrodynamics. the quantity of interplay will depend on the curiosity and efforts of person scientists.

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In anticipation of future computations, the mutual perturbing potential R = U20 + U22 can be rewritten as a function ofthe osculating elements ofthe relative orbit. In this formulation we assume that the non-spherical body is initially in uniform rotation about its maximum moment of inertia, its unperturbed rotational dynamics are then stated simply in terms of its rotational phase angle () and its angular rotation rate iJ = Wz, where Wz denotes the initialrotationrate about the non-spherical CHANGES IN RafATIONAL ANGULAR MOMENTUM 41 body's maximum moment of inertia.

3. 1. COMPUTING THE ESTIMATES An equation for the change in rotational angular momentum of tbe non-spherical body can be found from tbe total angular momentum integral K. Differentiating Equation (2) and rewriting yields tbe relation MsMc · MG, · H=- M s + (8) c where tbe G vector can be decomposed in osculating elements as sini sinn ] [ G = G - sin i c~s n . aR] . J. SCHEERES where R is the perturbing potential. Combining these results yields a set of differential equations for the rotational angular momentum of the non-spherical body in terms of the osculating elements of the mutual orbit.

2000) and applies the geometrical point of view to the comet resonance transition problern. The goal is to clearly state the qualitative dynamical picture that is forming, which any detailed investigation of transpoft between mean motion resonances must build upon. In Section 4, the particular case of transpoft between resonances interior and exterior to Jupiter's orbit is covered, following the example of the Jupiter family comet Oterma. 2. 1. RESONANCE TRANSITION IN COMET ORBITS Same Jupiter comets such as Oterma and Gehreis 3 make a rapid transition from heliocentric orbits outside the orbit of Jupiter to orbits inside that of Jupiter and vice ....

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