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Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 243, Issue 3, pp 467–492 | Cite as

Non-Keplerian Behavior and Instability of Motion of Two Bodies Caused by the Finite Velocity of Gravitation

  • V. Yu. SlyusarchukEmail author
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It is shown that the motion of two bodies described with regard for the finite velocity of gravitation does not obey the Kepler laws and that this motion is unstable.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National University of Water Management and Utilization of Natural ResourcesRivneUkraine

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