WJM  Vol.5 No.12 , December 2015
Inverse Problem of Astrodynamics
Author(s) Yuri Menshikov
We consider the problem of determining the center of mass of an unknown gravitational body, using the disturbances in the motion of observed celestial bodies. In this paper an universal approach to obtain the approximate and stable estimate of problem solution is suggested. This approach can be used in other fields of Science. For example, it can be applied for investigation of interactions between fields of forces and elementary particles using known trajectories of elementary particles motions.

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Menshikov, Y. (2015) Inverse Problem of Astrodynamics. World Journal of Mechanics, 5, 249-256. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2015.512023.
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