Re: spotting new planets

From: Joerg Kampmann (
Date: Mon Nov 12 2001 - 09:18:36 EST

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    Hi Ed, do not be that Puristic :) - it is a very interesting area ...
    Ed Davies wrote:
    > "Bill H. Clark" wrote:
    >>I have been working on a project (my Ph.D dissertation, hopefully) that
    >>shows that the planets in our own solar system occupy specific locations
    >>in the Three Body Problem; i.e. stable Lagrange type points.  ...
    > This is all rather intriguing and will no doubt be very interesting when
    > it has been properly reviewed.
    >>....  My theory might help to find these smaller planets.
    > I suppose that technically this could involve visual satellite observation,
    > but SeeSat-L is implicitly intended for the discussion of observation of 
    > *artificial* satellites so this seems rather off topic - or am I missing a
    > connection which should be obvious?  Pity there isn't a parallel list
    > for messages about things which are not to do with visual satellite
    > observation but might interest those who are interested in visual satellite
    > observation.  However, it would be a rather busy list, I feel.
    > Ed.
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