4 REMARKS ON THE FIRST LAW OF MOTION. [6

6. Remarks on the First Law of Motion. In the first law the

7. Remarks on the Second Law of Motion. In the second law

6 REMARKS ON THE THIRD LAW OF MOTION. [8

Definitions and General Equations

10] ACCELEEATION IN RECTILINEAR MOTION. 9

10. Acceleration in Rectilinear Motion. Acceleration is the

10 SPEED AND VELOCITIES IN CURVILINEAR MOTION. [H

11. Speed and Velocities in Curvilinear Motion. The speed

12] ACCELERATION IN CURVILINEAR MOTION. 11

15. Application to a Particle Moving in a Circle with Uniform

24 CENTER OF MASS OF A CONTINUOUS BODY. [21

26 TLANES AND AXES OF SYMMETRY

24] APPLICATION TO THE OCTANT OF A SPHERE. 27

25. The Two Divisions of the History. The history of the

BIBLIOGRAPHY

. Attractive Force Varying Directly as the Distance. Another

32] SOLUTION OF LINEAR EQUATIONS BY EXPONENTIALS. 41

33. Attractive Force Varying Inversely as the Square of the

37] FORCE PHOPORTIONAL TO THE VELOCITY. 49

38. The Force Proportional to the Square of the Velocity. At

42] THE TEMPERATURE OF METEORS. 61

62 METEORIC THEORY OF THE SUx's HEAT. [43

44] HELMHOLTZ'S CONTRACTION THEORY. 63

HISTORIC.A.L SKETCH AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

47. Analytical Demonstration of the Law of Areas. Although

49] THE LAWS OF ANGULAR AND LINEAR VELOCITY. 73

49. The Laws of Angular and Linear Velocity. From the

50. The Order of a System of Simultaneous Differential

53] FORCE VARYING DIRECTLY AS THE DISTANCE. 79

59. Geometrical Interpretation of the Second Law. The

62. Force Varying Inversely as the Square of the Distance

63. Force Varying Inversely as the Fifth Power of the Distance

upon an Exterior Particle. Thomson and Tait's Method. Let

71. The Attraction upon a Particle in a Homogeneous Spherical

73. Case where the Attracted Particle is a Part of the Attracting

132 THE ATTRACTION OF SPHEROIDS. [81

82] ATTRACTION AT THE SURFACES OF SPHEROIDS. 133

82. The Attraction at the Surfaces of Spheroids. The com-

HISTORICAL SKETCH AND BIBLIOGRAPHY

84] THE MOTION OF THE CENTER OF MASS. 141

142 THE EQUATIONS FOR RELATIVE MOTION. [85

92. Equation involving Two Radii and their Chord. Euler's

158 POSITION IN ELLIPTIC ORBITS. [93

94] GEOMETRICAL DERIVATION OF KEPLEE's EQUATION. 159

94. Geometrical Derivation of Kepler's Equation. Construct

162 DIFFERENTIAL CORRECTIONS. [9G

97] GRAPHICAL SOLUTION OF KEPLER S EQUATION. 163

97. Graphical Solution of Kepler's Equation. When the

100] DEVELOPMENT OF r AND V IN SERIES. 169

100. The Development of r and v in Series. The value of r in

172 DIRECT COMPUTATION OF POLAR COORDINATES. [101

101. Direct Computatioii of the Polar Coordinates.* It has

106. Transformation to Geocentric Equatorial Coordinates

111. Outline of the Laplacian Method of Determining an Orbit

112. Outline of the Gaussian Method of Determining an Orbit

116. Choice of the Origin of Time. The origin of time has

117. The Approximations when there are Four Observations

118. The Fundamental Equations. The fundamental equations

119. The Equations for the Determination of r and p. Con-

120. The Condition for a Unique Solution. The solution of

121. Use of a Fourth Observation in Case of a Double Solution

Pi

Pu

130. The Modifications of Harzer and Leuschner. The

134. The Method of Gauss for Computing the Ratios of the

138. Determination of the Elements a, e, and co. After g has

248 COMPUTATION OF THE TIME OF PERIHELION PASSAGE. [140

141. Direct Derivation of Equations Defining Orbits. The

268 THE QUESTION OF NEW INTEGRALS. [147

ISO. The Order of the System of Equations. The order of the

278 THE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF MOTION. [152

156. The Regions of Real and Imaginary Velocity. Having

159. Tisserand's Criterion for the Identity of Comets.* Comets

160. Stability of Particular Solutions. Five particular solutions

162. Particular Values of the Constants of Integration. The

165] CONDITIONS FOR CIRCULAR ORBITS. 309

173. Derivation of the Elements from a Graphical Construction

324 RESOLUTION OF THE DISTURBING FORCE. [174

175] DISTURBING EFFECTS OP ORTHOGONAL COMPONENT. 325

175. Disturbing Effects of the Orthogonal Component. In

176. Effects of the Tangential Component upon the Major Axis

177. Effects of the Tangential Component upon the Line of

179. Effects of the Normal Component upon the Major Axis

180. Effects of the Normal Component upon the Line of Apsides

181. Effects of the Normal Component upon the Eccentricity

184. Perturbations Arising from Oblateness of the Central

185. Geometrical Resolution of the Disturbing Effects of a

186. Analytical Resolution of the Disturbing Effects of a TMrd

342 PERTURBATIONS OF THE NODE. [187

188] PERTURBATIONS OF THE INCLINATION. 343

344 PRECESSION OF THE EQUINOXES. NUTATION. [189

189. Precession of the Equinoxes. Nutation. Suppose the

190. Resolution of the Disturbing Acceleration in the Plane of

194. The Secular Acceleration of the Moon's Mean Motion

352 THE PARALLACTIC INEQUALITY. [196

201. Gauss' Method of Computing Secular Variations. It has

372 EQUATIONS IX THE PROBLEM OF THREE BODIES. [205

205. Equations in the Problem of Three Bodies. Consider

208. Determination of the Constants of Integration. A new

209. The Terms of the First Order. The terms of the first

390 TRANSFORMATION TO ORDINARY ELEMENTS. [214

214. Transformation to the Ordinary Elements. The elements

215. Method of Direct Computation of Lagrange's Brackets

221. Development of the Perturbative Function. In order

223. (6) Development of the Coefficients in powers of ei and 62