The Net Advance of Physics:
CELESTIAL
CELESTIAL MECHANICS:
General: Introductory:
Measuring the eccentricity of the Earth orbit with a nail and a piece of plywood
by Thierry Lahaye [
European Journal of Physics 33
, 1167 (2012)]
General:
Net Advance RETRO: Celestial Mechanics:
Works from the 18th and 19th Centuries, most still very relevant.
Celestial Mechanics
by Pierre Simon de Laplace [1825]
Volume I
Volume II
Volume III
Volume IV
Mechanism of the Heavens
by Mary Somerville [1831] 700 pp.
Basic Celestial Mechanics
by Sergei A. Klioner [2011] "Lecture notes on elementary celestial mechanics, Technische Universitaet Dresden."
Type: KEPLERIAN: Introductory:
Kepler's Three Laws of Planetary Motion
by David P. Stern [
Phy6
High-School Curriculum]
Kepler's Second Law
by David P. Stern [
Phy6
High-School Curriculum]
Flight to Mars
by David P. Stern [
Phy6
High-School Curriculum]
Type: KEPLERIAN:
Keplerian Orbits and Dynamics
by Carl D. Murray and Alexandre C. M. Correia [2010/09]
Type: NON-KEPLERIAN:
Non-Keplerian Dynamics
by Daniel C. Fabrycky [2010/06]
Type: NONLINEAR: Aspects: RESONANCES:
Malhotra 94/06;
Type: RELATIVISTIC:
Kalashnikov 2001/03;
Aspects: LAGRANGE POINTS:
Lagrange Points
by John Baez [2009/01]
Re: CHAOS:
Lecar et al. 2001/11;
Re: STATISTICAL MECHANICS:
Padmanabhan 2002/06;
THE NET ADVANCE OF PHYSICS