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The purpose of this e-book is to illustrate to a much broader viewers, in addition to to a extra expert viewers, the numerous interesting points of contemporary celestial mechanics. It units out to do that with out using arithmetic. After giving the reader the technical instruments wanted for a uncomplicated knowing of the underlying actual phenomena (using in basic terms uncomplicated mathematics), evidence and figures are supplied on ancient occasions, sleek discoveries and destiny functions. Contents are divided into significant subject matters the place the 3 "souls" of contemporary celestial mechanics (dynamical structures, sun procedure and stellar structures, spaceflight dynamics) play an important position.
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