Commission 4: Ephemerides (Ephémérides)
During 1994–1996 Ephemerides have been intensively developed for all celestial bodies in the solar system in both analytical and numerical ways, except an analytical ephemeris of Pluto. Because of the shortage of allotted pages this report covers only the reviews of planetary ephemerides. Ephemerides of natural satellites and other bodies will be included in the next report as six years’ achievements. Conventional reports from institutions and individual members were published in the Newsletter of Commission 4.
KeywordsElliptic Function Lunar Laser Range Naval Observatory Poisson Series Planetary Theory
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