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Reply #45 - 04/15/08 at 12:36:24
 
Hello...
 
I've been following this board for some time. I really enjoy the different "what if" scenarios that are discussed.
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Reply #46 - 06/08/08 at 15:32:01
 
Hi all, Tallbloke here.
Just found the site and software, which is the best gravity simulator!
Many thanks again to Tony and Frank for helping me get going with the sims I need to work on.
 
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Reply #47 - 10/14/08 at 07:43:42
 
Hello everyone,  
 
My name is Henrique Mazda, I am student of physics at the University of São Paulo, Brazil, and have interest in the study of TNOs.  
 
In spite of my recent registering in the forum, for some time I followed the discussions about the simulations of the interesting Gravity Simulator.  
 
I hope now take courage to contribute with some ideas.  Smiley
 
 
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Reply #48 - 10/14/08 at 12:37:58
 
Glad to have all the new comers on board Smiley and looking forward to the discussions Huh that will result
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Reply #49 - 10/14/08 at 15:14:17
 
Thanks abyssoft !!
 
 
 
 
 
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Reply #50 - 10/14/08 at 17:15:39
 
Quote from mazda on 10/14/08 at 07:43:42:
Hello everyone,

My name is Henrique Mazda, I am student of physics at the University of São Paulo, Brazil, and have interest in the study of TNOs.

In spite of my recent registering in the forum, for some time I followed the discussions about the simulations of the interesting Gravity Simulator.

I hope now take courage to contribute with some ideas.  Smiley

 
You can use gravity simulator to check out the various Neptune:TNO resonances and see what happens... best thing to do is just play around and come up with your own scenarios and see if anything interesting shows up (I wonder if one could try out a Capture scenario for Triton?)
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Reply #51 - 11/13/08 at 14:51:35
 
Hello!!! I'm new and GS and US are awesomE!
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Reply #52 - 11/16/08 at 19:37:29
 
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Reply #53 - 11/19/08 at 02:24:25
 
Hello!
 
I am a student studying physics at University and have an interest in programming and the solar system! Smiley
 
I decided to register here so i could ask some advice to help progress a program I am making and better understand some of the finer points of orbits.
 
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Reply #54 - 12/12/08 at 18:18:44
 
Wait did i posty here?
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Reply #55 - 01/02/09 at 11:25:04
 
I'm posting here because I got a message that said to...
 
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YOU ARE READING A SIGNATURE!!! Shocked
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Reply #56 - 01/27/09 at 10:34:23
 
Hello All;
 
Just confirming my account.  I am a Wikipedia editor.  Wikipedia takes MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game) to a hopefully a useful level.  It is more productive than online chess.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wikipedia_is_an_MMORPG
 
I have always wanted to learn how to use GravSim to generate graphical near resonance circulations and other orbital simulations for use on Wikipedia.
 
Two articles that I know refer to GravSim are:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_WD5#External_links
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eris_(dwarf_planet)#Orbit
 
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Reply #57 - 01/27/09 at 12:40:06
 
Glad to have you aboard I'm a Wikipedia editor of the same name, main focus for me is in SSSB's
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Reply #58 - 01/27/09 at 18:50:10
 
Hi Hi,
 
Thanks for this wonderful program. I'm new to the field, and taking a quick course in celestial mechanics Smiley
 
I want to know how to use gravsim to observe (and measure) the precession of the perihelion of a planet, typically, Mercury.
I suppose I have to zoom in close to Mercury's orbit, take note of the values of the classical orbital elements near perihelion, and after that compute the perihelion using an external tool, but I'm not sure if there's an easier way.
 
If I do that for each orbit, I should be able to observe the precession of the perihelion, right?
And that precession would not include the relativistic effect, right?
 
Any suggestions? what tools/formulas can you recommend me to use?
 
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Reply #59 - 01/27/09 at 19:40:49
 
Hi, welcome!
 
I replied to your question in the "relativistic effects" thread on the main discussion board:
http://www.orbitsimulator.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl?num=1232435733/0
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