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  • 121 Retrograde motion — This article is about retrograde motions of celestial bodies relative to a gravitationally central object. For the apparent motion as seen from a particular vantage point, see Apparent retrograde motion. Retrograde orbit: the satellite (red)… …

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  • 122 Dnepr-1 — Dnepr (Dnipro/Konversiya) Function Orbital carrier rocket Manufacturer Yuzhny Machine Building Plant Country of origin Soviet Union (Ukraine) …

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  • 123 in·cli·na·tion — /ˌınkləˈneıʃən/ noun, pl tions 1 : a feeling of wanting to do something : a tendency to do something [noncount] She shows no/little inclination to give in to their demands. He s a loner by inclination. [count] My first/initial/natural inclination …

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  • 124 VOCATION — VOCATI Le sens du terme «vocation» tel qu’il était employé naguère dans le langage chrétien est dévié par rapport à son origine biblique. Le mot qui appartient en réalité au langage de la révélation est «appel» (klêsis ), qui rejoint le verbe… …

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  • 125 Orbital resonance — For the science fiction novel by John Barnes, see Orbital Resonance (novel). In celestial mechanics, an orbital resonance occurs when two orbiting bodies exert a regular, periodic gravitational influence on each other, usually due to their… …

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  • 126 Milankovitch cycles — Past and future Milankovitch cycles. VSOP allows prediction of past and future orbital parameters with great accuracy. ε is obliquity (axial tilt). e is eccentricity. ϖ is longitude of perihelion. esin(ϖ) is the precession index, which together… …

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  • 127 Moons of Jupiter — Jupiter and its four largest moons (montage) Jupiter has 64 confirmed moons,[1][2] giving it the largest retinue of moons with reasonably secure orbits of any planet in t …

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  • 128 Orbital station-keeping — In astrodynamics orbital station keeping is a term used to describe the orbital maneuvers made by thruster burns that are needed to keep a spacecraft in a particular assigned orbit. For many Earth satellites the effects of the non Keplerian… …

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  • 129 AMOUR — «Dieu aimeras et ton prochain comme toi même.» Toute la civilisation judéo chrétienne est fondée sur ce double commandement énigmatique, dont la théorie freudienne semble fournir la version moderne lorsqu’elle montre l’injonction de jouir comme… …

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  • 130 Asteroid belt — For the album by Velvet Chain, see Asteroid Belt (album). The asteroid belt (shown in white) is located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The asteroid belt is the region of the Solar System located roughly between the orbits of the planets… …

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  • 131 Earth's magnetic field — Computer simulation of the Earth s field in a normal period between reversals.[1] The tubes represent magnetic field lines, blue when the field points towards the center and yellow when away. The rotation axis of the Earth is centered and… …

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  • 132 Defense Meteorological Satellite Program — DMSP images of Auroral bands circling north of Scandinavia The Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) monitors meteorological, oceanographic, and solar terrestrial physics for the United States Department of Defense. The program is now… …

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  • 133 Triton (moon) — Triton Voyager 2 photomosaic of Triton s sub Neptunian hemisphere. The bright, slightly pinkish, south polar cap at bottom is composed of nitrogen and methane ice and is streaked by dust deposits left by nitrogen gas geysers. The mostly darker… …

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  • 134 Lambda Aurigae — Starbox begin name=λ Aurigae A Starbox observe epoch=J2000 ra=05h 19m 08.5s dec=+40° 05 prime; 57 Prime; appmag v=4.69 constell=Auriga Starbox character class=G1.5 IV VFe 1 r i = 0.32 v r = b v=0.63 u b=0.12 variable=? Starbox astrometry radial v …

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  • 135 Kozai mechanism — In celestial mechanics, the Kozai mechanism is a secular perturbative effect on certain orbits. It causes changes in the eccentricity and the inclination of the orbit of the perturbed body to be periodic and synchronized, and also causes… …

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  • 136 Orbit of the Moon — Not to be confused with Lunar orbit in the sense of a selenocentric orbit, that is, an orbit around the Moon The Moon completes its orbit around the Earth in approximately 27.3 days (a sidereal month). The Earth and Moon orbit about their… …

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  • 137 Ground track — A ground track or ground trace is the projection of a satellite s orbit onto the surface of the Earth (or whatever body the satellite is orbiting). It is an imaginary path along the Earth s surface which traces the movement of an imaginary line… …

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  • 138 Theory of impetus — The theory of impetus was an antiquated auxiliary or secondary theory of Aristotelian dynamics, put forth initially to explain projectile motion against gravity. It was first introduced by Hipparchus in antiquity, and subsequently further… …

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  • 139 Carte De Tendre — La Carte de Tendre ou Carte du Pays de Tendre La Carte de Tendre[1] est la carte d’un pays imaginaire appelé « Tendre » imaginé au …

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