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MEAN LONGITUDE
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Definitions

  1. Mean Longitude is the longitude that an orbiting body would have if its orbit were circular and its inclination were zero. (Web site)

Mean Longitude

  1. The position of the body in its orbit at a specified time is given by a sixth element, the mean longitude at the epoch.
  2. We use an analysis of the mean longitude of Mimas in which the eccentricity of Tethys has a notable influence.
  3. The mean longitude of the planet after Manda Kriya is reduced to the Ecliptic Coordinate System . (Web site)
  4. Eccentricity (e) eccentricity of the ellipse which describes the orbit Mean Longitude (L) Position of the planet in the orbit on the date of the elements. (Web site)
  5. The most rapidly changing element is the mean longitude, which changes due to the planets orbital motion about the Sun.

Categories

  1. Science > Astronomy > Universe > Planets
  2. Glossaries > Glossary of Celestial Mechanics /
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