Are retrograde resonances possible in multi-planet systems?

@article{Gayon2008AreRR,
  title={Are retrograde resonances possible in multi-planet systems?},
  author={Julie Gayon and E. Bois},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2008},
  volume={482},
  pages={665-672}
}
Context. Most multi-planetary systems are characterized by hot-Jupiters close to their central star, moving on eccentric orbits. From a dynamical point of view, compact multi-planetary systems form a specific class of the general N-body problem (where N ≥ 3). Moreover, extrasolar planets are found in prograde orbits about their host star, and often in mean motion resonances (MMR). Aims. In a first step, we study theoretically a new stabilizing mechanism suitable for compact two-planet systems… Expand
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