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By Andrea Milani, Zoran Knežević (auth.), Rudolf Dvorak, Sylvio Ferraz-Mello (eds.)

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The papers during this quantity hide quite a lot of matters protecting the latest advancements in Celestial Mechanics from the theoretical aspect of nonlinear dynamical structures to the applying to genuine difficulties. We emphasize the papers at the formation of planetary structures, their balance and in addition the matter of liveable zones in extrasolar planetary platforms. a different subject is the soundness of Trojans in our planetary method, the place an increasing number of real looking dynamical types are used to provide an explanation for their complicated motions: in addition to the $64000 contribution from the theoretical perspective, the result of numerous numerical experiments unraveled the constitution of the strong sector round the librations issues.
This quantity could be of curiosity to astronomers and mathematicians attracted to Hamiltonian mechanics and within the dynamics of planetary systems.

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Contopoulos and N. Voglis, as well as to Drs. Z. Sa´ndor, Ch. Skokos, and K. Tsiganis for stimulating discussions on the problem of stability of the Trojan asteroids. This research was supported in part by the Research Committee of the Academy of Athens, and by an Archimedes grant of the Ministry of National Education. References Bazzani, A. : 1991, Nuovo Cimento 106B, 673. Beauge´, C. : 2001, Icarus 153, 391. , Galgani, L. : 1985, Cel. Mech. 37, 1. Birkhoff, G. : 1920, Acta Math. 43, 1. Celletti, A.

Initially, an orbit is on the level curve IN ¼ UN ð0Þ. But due to Equation (25), at every iteration the orbit changes level curve by moving to a new integral curve I0N , which differs from IN by RNþ1 . The value of RNþ1 is real, but it can be either positive, or negative. Let us now suppose that after t steps, the orbit has reached the level curve UN ðz; zÃ Þ ¼ I0N , with I0N > IN . The maximum value of the variation I0N À IN is found by replacing the remainder RNþ1 in Equation (25) by its upper limit given by Equation (43).

After N successive normalizations the Hamiltonian has the form HðIðNÞ ; hðNÞ Þ ¼ ZN ðIðNÞ ; hðNÞ Þ þ RN ðIðNÞ ; hðNÞ Þ; ð3Þ where the part ZN (normal form), is an integrable Hamiltonian containing terms up to order N . In the non-resonant case ZN depends on IðNÞ alone, while in the resonant case ZN depends on IðNÞ and on resonant linear combinations of the angles hðNÞ . In both cases, one may define approximate integrals UðNÞ of the Hamiltonian (3). In the non-resonant case, the integrals are as many as the numbers of degrees of freedom and they coincide with the actions UðNÞ ¼ IðNÞ .

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