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Spacetime time evolution of a line segment (or slash) and a point mass (or dot)
Presented Monday, March 15, 2010
John F. Lindner
Frank W. King
The College of Wooster
Simulated stroboscopic image of a line segment (or slash) and a point mass (or dot) orbiting each other gravitationally in a horizontal plane with time (green arrow) increasing upward.
Order and chaos in the rotation and revolution of a line segment and a point mass", John F. Lindner, Jacob Lynn, Frank W. King, Amanda Logue, Phys. Rev. E 81, 036208 (2010).
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