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  • Laplace–Runge–Lenz vector — Throughout this article, vectors and their magnitudes are indicated by boldface and italic type, respectively; for example, left| mathbf{A} ight| = A. In classical mechanics, the Laplace–Runge–Lenz vector (or simply the LRL vector) is a vector… …   Wikipedia

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  • 6828 Elbsteel — Elbsteel is an asteroid. It was recorded on 12 November 1990 by Duncan Steel at Siding Spring Observatory in Australia and named after his daughter, Edwina Louise Barbara Steel (E. L. B. Steel). Elbsteel had previously been recorded as 1968 UP1… …   Wikipedia

  • 5263 Arrius — Arrius is an asteroid, named by Duncan Steel after his son Barry Crocker.Orbital data*Major Semiaxis: 3.1915889 AU *Eccentricity: 0.03009711 *Inclination of orbit: 14.76288 degree (equinox 2000.0) *Perihelion length: 289.04562 degree (equinox… …   Wikipedia

  • 5264 Telephus — Telephus is an asteroid. It is a Jupiter trojan in the Greek Camp. Orbital data*Major Semiaxis: 5.2008664 AU *Eccentricity: 0.11219118 *Inclination of orbit: 33.57925 degree (equinox 2000.0) *Perihelion length: 357.74164 degree (equinox 2000.0)… …   Wikipedia

  • 5262 Brucegoldberg — Brucegoldberg is an asteroid.Orbital data*Major Semiaxis: 3.0805424 AU *Eccentricity: 0.17003755 *Inclination of orbit: 15.96374 degree (equinox 2000.0) *Perihelion length: 88.50083 degree (equinox 2000.0) *Longitude of the ascending node:… …   Wikipedia

  • 4354 Euclides — is a main belt asteroid, discovered on September 24, 1960 by Cornelis Johannes van Houten and Tom Gehrels at the Palomar Observatory [* [http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=4354 JPL Small Body Database] , retrieved November 14, 2006] . It is… …   Wikipedia

  • geoid — geoidal, adj. /jee oyd/, n. 1. an imaginary surface that coincides with mean sea level in the ocean and its extension through the continents. 2. the geometric figure formed by this surface, an ellipsoid flattened at the poles. [1880 85; < Gk… …   Universalium

  • Kepler problem in general relativity — The Kepler problem in general relativity involves solving for the motion of two spherical bodies interacting with one another by gravitation, as described by the theory of general relativity.Typically, and in this article, one body is assumed to… …   Wikipedia

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