Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy

, 111:363

The INPOP10a planetary ephemeris and its applications in fundamental physics

Authors

    • Institut UTINAM-CNRS 6213
  • J. Laskar
    • IMCCE-CNRS 8028
  • P. Kuchynka
    • IMCCE-CNRS 8028
  • H. Manche
    • IMCCE-CNRS 8028
  • G. Desvignes
    • LPCE-CNRS 6115
  • M. Gastineau
    • IMCCE-CNRS 8028
  • I. Cognard
    • LPCE-CNRS 6115
  • G. Theureau
    • LPCE-CNRS 6115
Original Article

DOI: 10.1007/s10569-011-9377-8

Cite this article as:
Fienga, A., Laskar, J., Kuchynka, P. et al. Celest Mech Dyn Astr (2011) 111: 363. doi:10.1007/s10569-011-9377-8

Abstract

Compared to the previous INPOP versions, the INPOP10a planetary and lunar ephemeris has several improvements. For the planets of our Solar System, no big change was brought in the dynamics but improvements were implemented in the fitting process, the data sets used in the fit and in the selection of fitted parameters. We report here the main characteristics of the planetary part of INPOP10a like the fit of the product of the solar mass with the gravitational constant (\({{\rm GM}_{\odot}}\)) instead of the astronomical unit. Determinations of PPN parameters as well as adjustments of the Sun J2 and of asteroid masses are also presented. New advances of nodes and perihelia of planets were also estimated and are given here. As for INPOP08, INPOP10a provides to the user, positions and velocities of the planets, the Moon, the rotation angles of the Earth and the Moon as well as TT-TDB Chebyshev polynomials at http://www.imcce.fr/inpop.

Keywords

Planetary ephemerides Celestial Mechanics Fundamental physics Asteroid masses

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© Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2011