MM] represents Newton's law for the gravitational interaction
between two masses.
1 are generally thought to be associated with tidal effects--and in the case at hand, this would mean gravitational interactions
, such as a form of lensing.
But the complex and constantly changing gravitational interactions
of the major planets with small solar-system objects like 433 Eros make their orbits unstable and easily disturbed.
among moons can be strong.
At such a gigantic scale, even the biggest supercomputers in the world have been limited to handling primarily simple gravitational interactions
of dark matter, if the calculations are to be completed within reasonable time (months) and at affordable cost.
They were later scattered to the Solar System's far outer reaches as a result of gravitational interactions
with the gas giant planets as they settled in their orbits.
The favourite theoretical model, the Cold Dark Matter (CDM) paradigm, assumes that dark matter is made of collisionless particles acting on galactic scales purely through gravitational interactions
In an upcoming study, Williams describes how gravitational interactions
could lead to a gas giant capturing a terrestrial planet that would then become its moon.
If one wishes to unify electroweak, strong and gravitational interactions
it is a must to implement the classical gravitational constant G in the sub atomic physics.
Jupiter is vulnerable to gravitational interactions
with a passing star," Adams points out.
So finding the planet's signature in the star's wobbles meant the team needed to carefully filter out other sources of stellar variability such as star spots, bulges on the star's surface and gravitational interactions
with Alpha Centauri A.
So for gas giants to orbit nearer to their stars, certain gravitational interactions
have to take place to pull these planets in.