Subject: Why is there no general solution to the three-body problem?
Date: Thu Apr 20 07:49:06 2000
Posted by Arvind
Grade level: undergrad
City: Kanpur State/Province: UP
Area of science: Astronomy
I have been told many times by my profs that even if the ICs are given for
a three-body interaction, it cannot be solved exactly in the general case.
Is there a physically acceptable reason for it?
Re: Why is there no general solution to the three-body problem?
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