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November 30, 2006


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Way cool. Thanks Doug.

Bernard Guerrero

Very nice! I've declared it "Physics Day" in my department and sent around the link.


The old cliches about the ship "spiraling out of orbit" don't seem quite so awful, after all.


Celestial mechanics is the new crack. (You should see what I got in the lab.)

Randy McDonald

So we might yet discover planetary rosettes?


Rosette-like behavior, probably. Stable rosettes, unlikely. Note how sensitive Butikov's configurations are to initial conditions.

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