Table of contents for Periodic, quasi-periodic and chaotic motions in celestial mechanics : theory and applications : selected papers from the Fourth Meeting on Celestial Mechanics, CELMEC IV, San Martino al Cimino, Italy, 11-16 September 2005 / edited by A. Celletti and S. Ferraz-Mello.


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Preface                                                        1-2
Periodic Orbits and Variational Methods
S. TERRACINI / On the variational approach of the periodic n-body
problem                                                 3-25
A.D. BRUNO and V.P. VARIN / On families of periodic solutions of
the restricted three-body problem                      27-54
E. BARRABtS, J.M. CORS, C. PINYOL and J. SOLER / Hip-hop
solutions of the 2N-body problem                       55-66
V. BARUTELLO and S. TERRACINI / Double choreographical
solutions the n-body type problems                     67-80
J.E PALACIAN and P. YANGUAS / From the circular to the spatial
elliptic restricted three-body problem                 81-99
C. BELMONTE, D. BOCCALETTI and G. PUCACCO / Stability of
axial orbits in galactic potentials                  101-116
Perturbation Theory and Regularization
A. CELLETTI and L. CHIERCHIA / KAM tori for N-body
problems: a brief history                             117-139
C. FROESCHLt, E. LEGA and M. GUZZO / Analysis of the chaot-
ic behaviour of orbits diffusing along the Arnold web  141-153
E. CANALIAS, A. DELSHAMS, J.J. MASDEMONT and
P. ROLDAN / The scattering map in the planar restricted
three body problem                                   155-171
M. ALVAREZ, J.M. CORS and J. DELGADO / On final evolutions
in the restricted planar parabolic three-body problem  173-200
J. WALDVOGEL / Quaternions and the perturbed Kepler problem  201-212
Dynamics of Solar and Extrasolar Systems
A. LEMAITRE, S. D'HOEDT, and N. RAMBAUX / The 3:2
spin-orbit resonant motion of Mercury                213-224
J.D. HADJIDEMETRIOU / Symmetric and asymmetric librations in
extrasolar planetary systems: a global view          225-244
F. NAMOUNI and J.L. ZHOU / The influence of mutual perturba-
tions on the eccentricity excitation by jet acceleration in extra-
solar planetary systems                               245-257
G. VOYATZIS and J.D. HADJIDEMETRIOU / Symmetric and
asymmetric 3:1 resonant periodic orbits with an application to
the 55Cnc extra-solar system                          259-271
Z. SANDOR / Estimations of orbital parameters of exoplanets from
transit photometry by using dynamical constraints     273-285
S. BREITER and A. ELIPE / Critical inclination in the main
problem of a massive satellite                        287-297
M. FOUCHARD, C. FROESCHLE, G. VALSECCHI and
H. RICKMAN / Long-term effects of the Galactic tide on
cometary dynamics                                     299-326
A. CELLETTI and G. PINZARI / Dependence on the observational
time intervals and domain of convergence of orbital determina-
tion methods                                          327-344
Space Dynamics and Applications
A. ROSSI and G.B. VALSECCHI / Collision risk against space debris
in earth orbits                                       345-356
M. DELLNITZ, O. JUNGE, M. POST and B. THIERE / On target
for Venus - set oriented computation of energy efficient low
thrust trajectories                                   357-370
C. CIRCI and P. TEOFILATTO / Weak stability boundary trajecto-
ries for the deployment of lunar spacecraft constellations  371-390
R. ARMELLIN, M. LAVAGNA and A. ERCOLI-FINZI /
Aero-gravity assist maneuvers: controlled dynamics modeling
and optimization                                      391-405
B. DE SAEDELEER /Analytical theory of a lunar artificial satellite
with third body perturbations                         407-423
A. CACCIANI, R. BRIGUGLIO, E MASSA and P. RAPEX /
Precise measurement of the solar gravitational red shift  425-437



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