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Analytical perturbative theories of motion in highly inhomogeneous gravitational fields : Ariadna AO/1-6790/11/NL/CBI

Ceccaroni, Marta and Biggs, James and Biscani, Francesco (2012) Analytical perturbative theories of motion in highly inhomogeneous gravitational fields : Ariadna AO/1-6790/11/NL/CBI. [Report]

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    Abstract

    In this report we show that modern computer performances and state-of-the-art algebraic manipulator software are sufficiently developed to carry out our generalised analytical perturbative theory. This report addresses three technical aspects to develop a general perturbative theory and illustrates its power by applying it to investigate the inhomogeneous gravitational fields of asteroids.