DISINTEGRATION’S CONDITION OF BINARY AND MULTIPLE ASTEROIDS UNDER THE ACTION OF TIDAL FORCES FROM MAJOR SOLAR SYSTEM PLANETS

В. В. Троянский, К. А. Радченко, А. А. Базей

Abstract


In thiswork we are considering the conditions of disintegration systems of two or more asteroids gravitationally conjuncted and moving around a common center of mass, under action of tidal forces of one of the major Solar system planets.Create a statistical database of critical approaches of binary and multiple asteroids with major planets.

Keywords


asteroids; binary and multiple asteroids; disintegration asteroid system

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