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Analytical theory of a lunar artificial satellite with third body perturbations

Bibliographic reference De Saedeleer, Bernard. Analytical theory of a lunar artificial satellite with third body perturbations. In: Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy : an international journal of space dynamics, Vol. 95, no.1-4, p. 407-423 (2006)
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