On a new observable for measuring the Lense – Thirring effect with Satellite Laser Ranging

@inproceedings{Iorio2002OnAN,
  title={On a new observable for measuring the Lense – Thirring effect with Satellite Laser Ranging},
  author={Lorenzo Iorio},
  year={2002}
}
For a pair of twin Earth’s artificial satellites placed in identical orbits with supplementary inclinations, in addition to the sum of the residuals of the nodal rates, already proposed for the LAGEOS–LARES mission, also the difference of the residuals of the perigee rates could be employed for measuring the general relativistic Lense–Thirring effect. Indeed, on one hand, the gravitomagnetic secular precessions of the perigees of two supplementary satellites in identical orbits are equal and… CONTINUE READING

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