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Research papers: Planets in Binary Star Systems

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Theoretical Orbits of Planets in Binary Star Systems
Stable S-type and P-type planetary orbits in simple binary star systems.
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Addendum to Theoretical Orbits of Planets in Binary Star Systems
HTML5 simulations of some of the orbits in the above paper.
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Retrograde circumbinary planet orbits around simple binary star systems
With online orbit simulation of 14 hypothetical planets in a binary star system.
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Pulsating retrograde invariant loops around eccentric binaries
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Backwards is better: the circumbinary stable zone is larger for retrograde orbits
Around a test binary star system, even in the generalised case where the two stars have eccentric orbits and unequal masses, stable retrograde circumbinary planet orbits are shown to be possible remarkably close to the two stars. With online simulations.
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Circumstellar stable zones in Nu Octantis
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Example orbit for theoretical planet in the nu octantis system with 5:2 orbit ratio
Examines the orbit of the remarkable retrograde S-type planet proposed by Ramm et al (2009). With online video and HTML5 simulations.
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The stable zone for P-type planetary orbits in a binary star system with equal masses and zero orbital eccentricity
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Java orbit integrations of planetary orbits in binary star systems
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A theoretical S-type stable planetary orbit with period equal to the binary star period
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A theoretical P-type stable planetary orbit with period equal to half the binary star period
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A theoretical example of locked resonance of the orbit of an S-type planet in 3:1 ratio to the orbit of its host binary star system
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