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Lectures on the Singularities of the Three-Body Problem

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Lectures on the Singularities of the Three-Body Problem
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: B007F6QXXA
Number of pages: 188

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From the table of contents: The differential equations of mechanics; The three-body problem : simple collisions (The n-body problem); The three-body problem: general collision (Stability theory of solutions of differential equations).

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