2001
DOI: 10.1002/1521-3994(200110)322:4<265::aid-asna265>3.3.co;2-o View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Numerical integrations of 99 orbits centered on that of comet P/Scotti (P/2000 Y3), and of the nominal orbit, were made 4000 days backwards in time, and 73000 days into the future. The integrations show that this comet has been transferred into its present orbit as recently as 1998. The future orbital evolution indicates a stable period for almost 150 years, when another close encounter with Jupiter may lead to further drastic changes of the present orbit.

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“…2, left panel) lasting for half a period. The entrance took place quite recently and is described in Lagerkvist & Hahn (2001). 45% of the clones have a concentrated origin at a semimajor axis of around 12 AU.…”
Section: Capture Of Cometsmentioning
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“…2, left panel) lasting for half a period. The entrance took place quite recently and is described in Lagerkvist & Hahn (2001). 45% of the clones have a concentrated origin at a semimajor axis of around 12 AU.…”
Section: Capture Of Cometsmentioning