Astrometric and Geodetic Properties of Earth and the Solar System

@inproceedings{Yoder1995AstrometricAG,
  title={Astrometric and Geodetic Properties of Earth and the Solar System},
  author={Charles Finney Yoder},
  year={1995}
}
The mass, size and shape of planets and their satellites and are essential information from which one can consider the balance of gravity and tensile strength, chemical makeup and such factors as internal temperature or porosity. Orbits and planetary rotation are also useful clues concerning origin, internal structure and tidal history. The tables compiled here include some of the latest results such as detection of densities of Pluto-Charon from analysis of HST images and the latest results… CONTINUE READING

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