• BADAM SINGH KUSHVAH

      Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy

    • Trajectory of asteroid 2017 SB20 within the CRTBP

      RISHIKESH DUTTA TIWARY BADAM SINGH KUSHVAH BHOLA ISHWAR

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      Regular monitoring the trajectory of asteroids to a future time is a necessity, because the variety of known probably unsafe near-Earth asteroids are increasing. The analysis is perform to avoid any incident or whether they would have a further future threat to the Earth or not. Recently a new Near Earth Asteroid (2017 SB20) has been observed to cross the Earth orbit. In view of this we obtain the trajectory of Asteroid in the circular restricted three body problem with radiation pressure and oblateness.We examine nature of Asteroid’sorbit with Lyapunov Characteristic Exponents (LCEs) over a finite intervals of time. LCE of the system confirms that the motion of asteroid is chaotic in nature. With the effect of radiation pressure and oblateness the length of curve varies in both the planes. Oblateness factor is found to be more perturbative than radiation pressure. To see the precision of result obtain from numerical integration we show the error propagation and the numerical stability is assured around the singularity by applying regularized equations of motion for precise long-term study.

    • Halo orbit of regularized circular restricted three-body problem with radiation pressure and oblateness

      VINEET K. SRIVASTAVA JAI KUMAR PADMDEO MISHRA BADAM SINGH KUSHVAH

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      In this paper, computation of the halo orbit for the KS-regularized photogravitational circular restricted three-body problem is carried out. This work extends the idea of Srivastava et al. (Astrophys. Space Sci. 362: 49, 2017) which only concentrated on the (i) regularization of the 3D-governing equations of motion, and (ii) validation of the modeling for small out-of-plane amplitude ($A_z = 110000$ km) assuming the third order analytical approximation as an initial guess with and without differential correction. This motivated us to compute the halo orbits for the large out-of-plane amplitudes and to study their stability analysis for the regularized motion. The stability indices are described as a function of out-of-plane amplitude, mass reduction factor and oblateness coefficient. Three different Sun–planet systems: the Sun–Earth, Sun–Mars and the Sun–Jupiter are chosen in this study. Stable halo orbits do not exist around the $L_1$ point, however, around the $L_2$ point stable halo orbits are found for the considered systems.

    • Lissajous motion near Lagrangian point $L_2$ in radial solar sail

      ARUN KUMAR YADAV BADAM SINGH KUSHVAH UDAY DOLAS

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      An attempt was made to study the dynamics close to the collinear libration point $L_2$ of the radial solar sail circular-restricted three-body problem (RSCRTBP) in the Sun–Jupiter System, where the third massless body is a solar sail.We analyse the qausi-periodic (Lissajous solutions) orbits about the libration point $L_2$. The Lindstedt–Poincaré approximation for the qausi-periodic orbitswas used for numerical simulations.We utilized linear quadratic regulator (LQR) to stabilize the full nonlinear model, and linear state-feedback controller was designed to stabilize the trajectory.

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