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EFFECTS OF THE TRIAXIALITY ON THE ROTATION OF CELESTIAL BODIES 137 Figure 10. Eros polar motion, with an initial value of 1 (a). Residuals between the analytical determinations and those obtained by numerical integration in the case of a rigid Earth model, for ω1 and ω2 (in bold) (b). 138 JEAN SOUCHAY ET AL. TABLE III Numerical values for the integration constants and the parameters related to the rotation of Eros 433, from Miller et al. 782104305 rd/d Figure 11 shows three curves. 46) has been removed.
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