Celestial Mechanics, Relative Equilibria, And Many Difficult Problems
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Celestial Mechanics, Relative Equilibria, And Many Difficult Problems

Celestial mechanics is a branch in the intersection of mathematics and physics, where the main goal is to describe the motion of any number of bodies (in a three dimensional space), characterized by some physical attributes like mass or electric charge and with some specific geometrical form, which interact each other by a law dependent of the previous factors. All this is usually called a system of particles. To start work with a system of particles, once the geometry and...

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