In demonstrating how Newtonian gravitational theory and Euclidean geometry can be used and developed in Earth's environment, the text discusses earth's gravitational field; matrices and orbital geometry; satellite orbit dynamics; geometry of satellite observations; statistical implications; and data ... read more
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In demonstrating how Newtonian gravitational theory and Euclidean geometry can be used and developed in Earth's environment, the text discusses earth's gravitational field; matrices and orbital geometry; satellite orbit dynamics; geometry of satellite observations; statistical implications; and data analysis. Prerequisites: introductory course in college physics and a first-year course in calculus.
Reprint of the Blaisdell Publishing Company, Waltham, MA, 1966 edition.
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