Calculation of Apsidal Precession via Perturbation Theory

@article{Barbieri2019CalculationOA,
  title={Calculation of Apsidal Precession via Perturbation Theory},
  author={L. Barbieri and Federico Talamucci},
  journal={Advances in Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
The calculus of apsidal precession frequencies of the planets is developed by means of a perturbation thecnique. A model of concentric rings (ring model), suitable for improving calculations, is introduced. Conclusive remarks concerning a comparison between the theoretical, the calculated and the observed data of the precession frequencies are performed. 

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