Advertisement

Celestial Mechanics

  • Eugene F. Milone
  • Willam J.F. Wilson
Part of the Astronomy and Astrophysics Library book series (AAL)

Keywords

Solar System Orbital Element Orbital Plane Celestial Mechanics Orbit Coupling 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

References

  1. Applegate, J. H., Douglas, M. R., Gursel, Y., Hunter, P., Seitz, C. L., and Sussman, G. J. 1985. “A Special Purpose Multiprocessor to Compute Planetary Orbits,” IEEE Transactions on Computers, C-34, No. 9, 822–831.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Bradskect, D. H. and Steelman, D. p. 2004. Binary Maker 3.0, Contact Software, Norristown, PA 19087.Google Scholar
  3. Brouwer, D. and Clemence, G. M. 1961. Methods of Celestial Mechanics (New York: Academic Press).Google Scholar
  4. Cohen, E. R. and Giacomo, p. 1987. Symbols, Units, Nomenclature and Fundamental Constants in Physics (Int. Union of Pure & Applied Physics) (Reprint of Physica, 146A, (1987) pp. 1–68).Google Scholar
  5. Consolmagno, G. J. and Schaefer, M. W. 1994. Worlds Apart: A Textbook in the Planetary Sciences (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall).Google Scholar
  6. Danby, J. M. A. 1962. Fundamentals of Celestial Mechanics, first Ed. (New York: McMillan) (Reprinted in 1964).Google Scholar
  7. Danby, J. M. A. 1988. Fundamentals of Celestial Mechanics, second Ed. (Richmond, VA: Willmann-Bell).Google Scholar
  8. Milone, E. F., and Wilson, W. J. F. 2008. Solar System Astrophysics: Planetary Atmospheres and the Outer Solar System (New York: Springer)Google Scholar
  9. Montenbruck, O. 1989. Practical Ephemeris Calculations (New York: Springer) (Tr. by A. H. Armstrong of Montenbruck’s Grundlagen der Ephemeridenrechnung, 3, (Munich: Verlag Sterne und Weltraum Dr Vehrenberg GmbH), 1987).Google Scholar
  10. Moulton, F. R. 1914. An Introduction to Celestial Mechanics, second Revised Ed. (New York: MacMillan).Google Scholar
  11. Murray, C. D. and Dermott, S. F. 1999/2001. Solar System Dynamics (Cambridge: University Press).Google Scholar
  12. Neutsch, W. and Scherer, K. 1992. Celestial Mechanics: An Introduction to Classical and Contemporary Methods (Mannheim: B.I. Wissenschaftsverlag).MATHGoogle Scholar
  13. Peirce, B. O. 1957. A Short Table of Integrals, 4th Ed. (Boston, MA: Ginn and Co.).Google Scholar
  14. Schlosser, W., Schmidt-Kaler, Th., and Milone, E. F. 1991/1994. Challenges of Astronomy: Hands-On Experiments for the Sky and Laboratory (New York: Springer-Verlag).Google Scholar
  15. Smart, W. H. 1953. Celestial Mechanics (New York: Wiley).MATHGoogle Scholar
  16. Szebehely, V. G. 1989. Adventures in Celestial Mechanics (Austin, TX: University of Texas Press).MATHGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media 2008

Authors and Affiliations

  • Eugene F. Milone
    • 1
  • Willam J.F. Wilson
    • 1
  1. 1.Dept. Physics AstronomyUniversity of Calgary CalgaryCalgaryCanada

Personalised recommendations