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ILCPA > ILCPA Volume 87

International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy

ILCPA Volume 87

Online since: October 2021

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This volume of the International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy consists of peer-reviewed articles that reflect the result of analysis of the ability to search Earth-like planets based on knowledge afforded by the planetary vaporization-event hypothesis during the Earth's formation and analytical and numerical investigation of the motion of dust/gas particles in the elliptic restricted three-body problem in which the less massive primary is an oblate spheroid and the more massive a luminous body surrounded by a circumbinary disk.

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The Planetary Vaporization Event Hypothesis: Supercharging Earth’s Geothermal Core, Identifying Side Effects Blast Patterns, and Inferring how to Find Earth-Like Planets or Identifying Super Charged Geothermal Cores and their Byproduct Blast Patterns

Authors: Aaron R. Hurst

Citation: A. R. Hurst, "The Planetary Vaporization Event Hypothesis: Supercharging Earth’s Geothermal Core, Identifying Side Effects Blast Patterns, and Inferring how to Find Earth-Like Planets or Identifying Super Charged Geothermal Cores and their Byproduct Blast Patterns", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 87, pp. 1-21, 2021

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Perturbation due to a Circumbinary Disc around L4,5 in the Photogravitational Elliptic Restricted Three-Body Problem

Authors: Umar Aishetu, Kamfa A. Salisu, Bashir Umar

Citation: U. Aishetu et al., "Perturbation due to a Circumbinary Disc around L4,5 in the Photogravitational Elliptic Restricted Three-Body Problem", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 87, pp. 22-36, 2021

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