Interactions Between Physics and Dynamics of Solar System Bodies: Proceedings Of The International Astronomical Symposium Held In Pleneuf-val-andre (f by E. BoisInteractions Between Physics and Dynamics of Solar System Bodies: Proceedings Of The International Astronomical Symposium Held In Pleneuf-val-andre (f by E. Bois

Interactions Between Physics and Dynamics of Solar System Bodies: Proceedings Of The International…

byE. BoisEditorP. Oberti, Jacques Henrard

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Fans of "Asterix the Gallic" know well that the only fear of people in Brittany is that the sky falls upon their head. So it must have been a shock for them (the fans of Asterix) to learn that a horde of Physicists and Dynamicists (some of them being actually Roman - ils sont fous ces Romains!) invaded the bay of Saint-Brieuc and spend a full week conjuring all the nastiness that the sky has in reserve, revelling in the horrors hidden beyond the blue dome; they talked with delight about "asteroids", "comets" and "meteor streams"; they grinned at the idea of "artificial satellites", these pots and pans of space always ready to fall upon you; some of them said strange things about the Moon, the planets, and evoked the "rings" of Saturn or of some other of their gods. One evening, a Roman from Pisa went as far as cornering some inhabitants in the large hut they used for their witchcraft and filled them with terror by describing the fate of the poor dinosaurs victims of a particularly nasty asteroid (or was it a comet?). You will be surprized to learn that Bretons did not exact a spectacular revenge for these offenses. On the contrary.
Title:Interactions Between Physics and Dynamics of Solar System Bodies: Proceedings Of The International…Format:PaperbackDimensions:414 pagesPublished:November 5, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Modelling the outcomes of high-velocity impacts between small solar system bodies.- A comparison between 2D and 3D wavelet analysis method for asteroid family dynamical study.- Asteroid "clans": super-families or multiple events?.- Catastrophic fragmentation and formation of families: preliminary results from a new numerical model.- Structure of the asteroid belt for small members.- The Trojan asteroid belt: Proper elements, stability, chaos and families.- Long term evolution of asteroids near a resonance.- The stability of the planetary three-body problem: influence of the secular resonances.- The main mean motion commensurabilities in the planar circular and elliptic problem.- Stochasticity of two comets in resonance with Jupiter.- Orbital evolution of giant comet-like objects.- On a temporary confinement of chaotic orbits of four dimensional symplectic mapping: a test on the validity of the synthetic approach.- A simple mapping for comets in resonance.- Geopotential from space techniques.- Luni-solar effects of geosynchronous orbits at the critical inclination.- Long-periodic variations of the motion of a satellite due to non-resonant tesseral harmonics of a gravity potential.- On the roto-translatory motion of a satellite of an oblate primary.- Canonical elements and Keplerian-like solutions for intermediary orbits of satellites of an oblate planet.- Albedo perturbation models: general formalism and applications to LAGEOS.- Study of a Moon's artificial satellite dynamics valid for all eccentricities and inclinations.- On the fluid and viscoelastic deformations of the planets.- On the tidal variation of the geopotential.- Orbital, rotational and climate interactions.- Lunar and terrestrial tidal effects on the Moon's rotational motion.- Passing through resonance: the excitation and dissipation of the Lunar free libration in longitude.- Stability of the synchronous spin-orbit resonance by construction of librational trapping tori.- Nebular drag and capture into spin-orbit resonance.- Significant high number commensurabilities in the main Lunar problem II: The occurence of Saros-like near periodicities.- Motion of the orbital plane of a satellite due to a secular change of the obliquity of its mother planet.- Fourier analysis of local Lyapunov characteristic exponents for satellite-type motions.- Capture of grains into resonances through Poynting-Robertson drag.- The gravitational influence of satellite Pan on the radial distribution of ring-particles in the region of the Encke-division in Saturn's A ring.- Collisional evolution of the asteroid size distribution: a numerical simulation.- Resonant and secular phenomena in the libration of the Moon.- Precise orbit determination with a short-arc technique.- Spherical coordinates perturbations for small eccentricity orbits.- Dynamical friction induces perturbations on Oort cloud comets.- Poynting-Robertson effects.- Influence of internal load on the non-hydrostatic form of the Moon.- Evolution of asteroidal orbits with high inclinations.