Multi-planet Exosystems All Obey Orbital Angular Momentum Quantization per Unit Mass predicted by Quantum

Celestial Mechanics (QCM).

July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- This month, the Summer Science Program (SSP), a challenging, six-week residential enrichment program for gifted high-school students, is celebrating 50 years of its

celestial mechanics program.

When Napoleon asked the mathematician Laplace what place God had in his theory of

celestial mechanics, Laplace replied that he had no need for that hypothesis.

Dying in the same month as Newton, but exactly a century later, puts a symbolic seal on this sobriquet of the man who refined and consolidated Newton's

celestial mechanics (the phrase is that of Laplace himself) in a superior mathematical idiom, developed many of Newton's "Queries" in his Opticks in a recognizably modern mathematical physics, and held sway over French science with almost the same prestige and occasionally the same prickliness as Newton did over the Royal Society in England.

This fictitious dialog seeks to open the investigation of the history of

celestial mechanics by allowing seminal historic participants to discuss their ideas with others who may have predated or postdated them by a millennium or more.

There's nothing about

celestial mechanics that dictates the start of daylight-saving time on the first Sunday in April, or the reversion to standard time on the last Sunday in October.

Naturally, Newton is in his place because of

celestial mechanics and because of the first unification, in history, of mechanics, optics and magnetism, and also because of his mathematical work.

Woodland Hills resident Ray Coutchie, the 84-year-old founder of the Polaris Astronomical Association, said the rarity of the event is wholly a function of

celestial mechanics.

Lankford illustrates how the new discipline of astrophysics emerged at certain institutions, while the faculty at other institutions continued to emphasize

celestial mechanics and traditional modes of observational astronomy.

But, as Gross and Levitt explain, "The Newtonian laws of

celestial mechanics are expressed by a decidedly nonlinear system of ordinary differential equations.

com/research/3daf34/relativistic_celes) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Relativistic

Celestial Mechanics of the Solar System" to their offering.

I report here that these five moons each exhibit angular momentum quantization per mass in amazing agreement with the prediction of the quantum

celestial mechanics (QCM) proposed by H.

Material is arranged in 20 contributed chapters beginning with the spacecraft environment and its effect on design, and proceeding through the various topics necessary for design: dynamics,

celestial mechanics, mission analysis, propulsion systems, launch vehicles, attitude control, electrical power systems, telecommunications, and assembly, among other topics.

After receiving his doctorate from the Sorbonne in 1936, Ghaf-fari worked at the Paris Observatory on

celestial mechanics and later went on to obtain a doctorate from London University in 1948.

I know nothing about

celestial mechanics, but is there anyway that the Earth and Mars could have collided?