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VI/88               Ephemerides of Pluto  (PLUTO95)         (Chapront+ 1995)

Ephemerides of Pluto between 1700 and 2100 (PLUTO95). Chapront J., Francou G., Bureau des Longitudes (France). <Bureau des Longitudes, Group : Dynamics of Solar System (1995)>
ADC_Keywords: Ephemerides ; Keywords: planets - ephemerides - celestial mechanics Description: Pluto's motion has been represented with series resulting of an approximation by frequency analysis (see Chapront 1995) of JPL numerical integration DE200. Series represent the heliocentric coordinates of Pluto as functions of time between 1700 and 2100. This catalog completes the VSOP87 theories developed at the Bureau des Longitudes (see Cat. VI/81) Authors' Address: J. Chapront, G. Francou Bureau des Longitudes Group : Dynamics of Solar System 77, avenue Denfert-Rochereau F-75014 Paris - France E-mail : Phone : (33) 1 40 51 22 71 (33) 1 40 51 22 60 Fax : (33) 1 46 33 28 34 Contents: The presentation of the tables is given in file : pluto.txt. A Fortran subroutine pluto.sub (95.1) is provided for the computation of the heliocentric rectangular positions and velocities of Pluto. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file pluto.txt 78 672 Notice for usage pluto.f 72 407 FORTRAN subroutine example.f 73 178 Example of usage of pluto.f
See also: VI/81 : Planetary Solutions VSOP87 (Bretagnon+, 1988) VI/87 : Planetary Ephemerides based on DE403 (Chapront+ 1996) References: Chapront J., 1995, A&AS 109, 181 (1995A&AS..109..181C)
(End) Gerard Francou [BDL] 28-Jan-1997
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