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Celestial Mechanics. A Survey of the Status of the Determinationof the General Perturbations of the Minor Planets

By National Research Council U. S. Committee On Celestial Mechanics

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Title: Celestial Mechanics. A Survey of the Status of the Determinationof the General Perturbations of the Minor Planets  
Author: National Research Council U. S. Committee On Celestial Mechanics
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Language: English
Subject: Celestial mechanics, Astrophysics, Mechanics
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1922
Publisher: Washington, D. C.; Published by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences; University of California Libraries

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Council (U.S.). Committee On Celestial Mechanic, N. R., & Otto, B. 186, L. A. (1922). Celestial Mechanics. A Survey of the Status of the Determinationof the General Perturbations of the Minor Planets. Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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