Kozai–Lidov Resonant Behavior Among Atira-class Asteroids

@article{Marcos2018KozaiLidovRB,
  title={Kozai–Lidov Resonant Behavior Among Atira-class Asteroids},
  author={Carlos de la Fuente Marcos and Ra{\'u}l de la Fuente Marcos},
  journal={Research Notes of the AAS},
  year={2018}
}
Atira-class asteroids have aphelia greater than 0.718 au and smaller than 0.983 au. It has been found that the orbits of many of them remain relatively stable for at least 1 Myr, but it is unclear what can make them so stable when they cross the orbit of Venus and some may reach, in heliocentric terms, as far as Earth's perihelion and as close as inside Mercury's perihelion. The analysis of their orbits shows that many of them have values of the argument of perihelion close to 0 or 180 degrees… Expand

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