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By E. Belbruno, I. P. Williams (auth.), Bonnie A. Steves, Archie E. Roy (eds.)

The reader will locate during this quantity the lawsuits of the NATO complex research Institute held in Maratea-Acquafredda, Italy, among June 29 and July 12, 1997, entitledTHE DYNAMICS OF SMALL our bodies within the sun procedure: a massive KEY TO sunlight procedure stories . This complex research Institute was once the newest within the 'Cortina' sequence of NATO ASI's started within the early 1970's to start with below the directorship of Professor Victor Szebehely and for this reason lower than Professor Archie Roy. All, other than the newest, have been held on the Antonelli Institute, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. a lot of these now lively within the box made their first foreign contacts at those Institutes. The Institutes assemble some of the brightest of our teens operating in dynamical astronomy, celestial mechanics and house technology, allowing them to procure an up to date synoptic view in their matters added through academics of excessive foreign attractiveness. The lawsuits from those institutes were well-received within the internationalcommunity of analysis employees within the disciplines studied. the current institute integrated 15 sequence of lectures given through invited audio system and a few forty five displays made by means of the opposite members. nearly all of those contributions are includedinthese proceedings.

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The function ,(re ) can then be graphed, and the behavior of the graph can be used to determine the admissible values of r eo For the case of the inner orbits, it is necessary that , ~ 1, and for the outer orbits, , ~ 1. Only those values of r e yielding, in these respective ranges are acceptable. Moreover, r e are further restricted to correspond to rational or near rational values of ,. If the assumptions are realistic, then a majority of the observed Kuiper belt resonances should be recovered.

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Usually the first asteroidal frequency obtained from k + ih analyses denoted 9 is the frequency of perihelion motion, the first frequency from p + iq denoted s is the frequency of the motion of the node s. There are exceptions when the most prominent frequency is equivalent to some of the planetary frequencies . When we detect that, we list the second frequency (the new frequency which is not present in the planetary system without asteroids) in Tab. 2. Tab. 1 shows the 9 and s for planets from our calculations and for Longstop 1A [131 .

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