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Long term evolution of planetary systems

Alexander von Humboldt Colloquium on Celestial Mechanics (1988 Ramsau am Dachstein, Austria)

Long term evolution of planetary systems

proceedings of the Alexander von Humboldt Colloquium on Celestial Mechanics held in Ramsau, Austria, 13-19 March 1988

by Alexander von Humboldt Colloquium on Celestial Mechanics (1988 Ramsau am Dachstein, Austria)

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Published by Kluwer in Dordrecht .
Written in English


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Statementedited by R. Dvorak and J. Henrard.
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Open LibraryOL19591552M
ISBN 10079230120X

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