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Distribution of Distances in the Solar System

Authors: V. Perinova, A. Luks, P. Pintr

The recently published application of a diffusion equation to prediction of distances of planets in the solar system has been identified as a two-dimensional Coulomb problem. A different assignment of quantum numbers in the solar system has been proposed. This method has been applied to the moons of Jupiter on rescaling.

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[v1] 9 May 2008

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