By Bernard Guinot (auth.), Heinrich K. Eichhorn, Robert J. Leacock (eds.)
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BRUMBERG 38 d=d-a - - (~~) + PI R d - + (79) demonstrating that Eq. (78) is coordinate independent. 6. 5 cm (gravitational radii of the Sun and the Earth, respectively). At the di~tance of the rgtdius of the terrestrial orbit R and radius of the Earth P one has m2/R = 10- ,ml/p = 10- . These values characterize the order of the relativistic effects in comparison with the main Newtonian terms. The most timely questions of relativistic astrometry seem to be the relativistic aspects of the astronomical reference systems and the relativistic effects in the rotational motion of the Earth.
1 . (R. ) + A . R. + B .. (R. ) + B . -1 -1 -] 0] -] 1] -] 0] R. ]• -] (9) Substituting zero as the value of all planetary masses into the relativistic right-hand members of Eq. (9) leads to the Schwarzschild terms. Relativistic perturbations in the motion of the major planets have been investigated in detail by Lestrade and Bretagnon (1982). With the aid of Eq. (8) applied to the three body problem: Earth, Sun and Moon one may derive the relativistic equations of the Lunar motion in the form adapted for numerical integration (Brumberg and Ivanova 1982).
1939, Univ. Minn. Obs. Publ. 2, p. 123. : 1968, Monthly Notices Roy. Astron. Soc. 139, p. 221. , Univ. , Minneapolis. J. : 1973, "The South Galactic Pole," Univ. , Minneapolis. D. R. ), "The Nearby Stars and the Stellar Luminosity Function," IAU Colloq. 76, L. , Schenectady, New York, p. 173. R. : 1981, Astron. J. 86, p. 1898. D. R. ), "The Nearby Stars and the Stellar Luminosity Function," IAU Colloq. 76, L. , Schenectady, New York, p. 163. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF PROPER MOTION SURVEYS 45 Discussion: GLIESE: Do you think that further proper motion surveys of the very faint stars will solve the discrepancy about the lur-H'inosity function of the faint stars?
Astrometric Techniques: Proceedings of the 109th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union Held in Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A., 9–12 January 1984 by Bernard Guinot (auth.), Heinrich K. Eichhorn, Robert J. Leacock (eds.)