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Re: Planetary Orbits

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Posted by daViper on July 9, 1999 18:50:10 UTC

: : Does anyone know if planetary orbits naturally decay or expand ?

: :: At the current moment the entire theory (and therefore our understanding) of trajectories and gravity is on the rocks after the calculated paths of the pioneer missions turned out to be wrong...

: :: ::: This is interesting. Do you have a source I can get detailed info on regarding this? I was not aware the Pioneer missions had presented that much of a problem.

Thank you.

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