Celestial Mechanics

Edited by : Alessandra Celletti,

University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

1. Celestial Mechanics: From Antiquity to Modern Times

Alessandra Celletti, University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy

2. Kepler and Full Kepler's Problem

Daniel J. Scheeres, University of Colorado, USA

3. Classical Hamiltonian Perturbation Theory

Mikhail B. Sevryuk, Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics, Moscow, Russia

4. Three and the N-Body Problem

Jacques Fejoz, Universite' Paris Dauphine, Ceremade, France

5. Lagrangian Solutions

Angel Jorba, University of Barcelona, Spain

6. The Planetary N-Body Problem

Luigi Chierchia, University of Roma TRE, Italy

7. Regularization Theory

Joerg Waldvogel, Eth Zuerich, Switzerland

8. Orbital Resources

Renu Malhotra, University of Arizona, USA

9. Rotational Dynamics

Vladislav Sidorenko, Keldysh Institute, Moscow, Russia

10. Orbit Determination

Giovanni F. Gronchi, University of Pisa, Italy

11. Ring's Dynamics

Matthew Hedman, Cornell University, USA

12. Space Manifold Dynamics

Gerard Gomez, Esther Barrabes, University of Barcelona and University of Girona, Spain

13. Stability of the Solar System

Jacques Laskar, Imcee, Paris, France