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Variations of the gravitational constant from lunar laser ranging data
Thirty seven years of lunar laser ranging (LLR) data provided a large number of results which contributed to a better understanding of the dynamics of the Earth–Moon system and to the highly accurateExpand
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On the existence of O-universal functions
In this article we consider functions φ which are holomorphic exactly on a domain and whose power series are universal with respect to overconvergence. Our main purpose is to solve a problem ofExpand
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Lunar Laser Ranging Contributions to Relativity and Geodesy
AbstractLunar laser ranging (LLR) is used to conduct high-precision measurements of ranges betweenan observatory on Earth and a laser retro-reflector on the lunar surface. Over the years, LLRExpand
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Glacial isostatic adjustment in Fennoscandia from GRACE data and comparison with geodynamical models
Abstract The Earth’s gravity field observed by the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite mission shows variations due to the integral effect of mass variations in the atmosphere,Expand
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Universal Overconvergence and Ostrowski‐Gaps
We prove that certain universality properties of the partial sums force a power series to have Ostrowski-gaps. This has interesting consequences for some classes of universal functions.
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Lunar laser ranging and the equivalence principle signal
The fitting of 28 years of lunar laser ranging data for a possible range signal indicating an equivalence principle-violating difference in the gravitational acceleration rate of Earth and the MoonExpand
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Reduced Cancellation in the Evaluation of Entire Functions and Applications to the Error Function
A general concept for the reduction of cancellation problems in the evaluation of Taylor sections of certain entire functions is proposed. Expand
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Inter-annual water mass variations from GRACE in central Siberia
Our study analyses satellite and land-based observations of the Yakutsk region centred at the Lena watershed, an area characterised mainly by continuous permafrost. Using monthly solutions of theExpand
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