Few-Body Problems in Physics ’93 Proceedings of the XIVth European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 23–27, 1993 / edited by Bernard Becker, R.van Dantzig.
It is apparent from the history of science, that few-body problems have an interdis ciplinary character. Newton, after solving the two-body problem so brilliantly, tried his hand at the Sun-Earth-Moon system. Here he failed in two respects: neither was he able to compute the motion of the moon accu...
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