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Dataset of Planet Juncture Index and Planetary System Heliocentric Longitude


SUN Wei1,2LIU Fuyao*1WANG Jian*3,4Wang Ying1CHEN JinRu3CHEN Jinru4
1School of Mathematics Physics & Statistics Shanghai University of Engineering Science,Shanghai 2016202School of Resources and Environment,Anqing Normal University,Anqing 246133,China3Jiangsu Second Normal University,Nanjing 2100134College of Mathematics&College of Geography,Nanjing Normal University,Nanjing 210023,China

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2018.05.09.V1

Published:Sep. 2018

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Key Words:

Planetary system,Planet juncture index,Planetary system heliocentric longitude,solar system,Progress in Geophysics

Abstract:

The planet juncture index and the planetary system heliocentric longitude are two important kinematic indexes for researching the changing law and characteristic of planetary system movement. It’s helpful to research the changing rule and characteristic of planetary system movement through the two kinematic indexes. The dataset of the variations of planet juncture index and heliocentric longitude for nearly 1000 years are derived. The data of the planet juncture index and the planetary system heliocentric longitude from 1000AD to 2000AD are presented. The trajectory of the centroid of planetary system relative to the Sun and the trajectory of the Sun center relative to the solar system barycenter from 1900AD to 2000AD are introduced. It’s determined that the solar system barycenter and the Sun ontology relationship between the location from 1000AD to 2000AD. The two kinematic indexes data analysis indicates that both the planet juncture index and heliocentric longitude are complicated, with remarkable periodicity parameters of 19.85 a for the former and 11.5 a for the latter. The most remarkable periodicity parameter is 11.5 a for both the movement of the planetary system barycenter relative to the Sun and the movement of the Sun relative to the solar system barycenter. Through the analysis and data statistics, there is 34.5% chance that the solar system barycenter is inside the Sun ontology. The datasets include 4 tables: Table 1 shows the data of the planet juncture index and the planetary system heliocentric longitude from 1000AD to 2000AD. Table 2 shows the data of the trajectory of the planetary system barycenter relative to the Sun from 1900AD to 2000AD. Table 3 shows the data of the trajectory of the Sun center relative to the solar system barycenter from 1900AD to 2000AD. Table 4 shows the data of the position relationship of the solar system barycenter and the Sun ontology from 1000AD to 2000AD. The datasets was archived in .xlsx data format with the data size of 172 KB in one data file. The analysis paper based on the dataset was published at Progress in Geophysics, Vol.32, No. 2, 2017.

Foundation Item:

National Natural Science Foundation of China (41807437, 11803020, 11533004); Anhui Province (1808085QD99, KJ2017A371, AQKJ2015B021); Jiangsu Province (164320H116)

Data Citation:

SUN Wei,LIU Fuyao*,WANG Jian*,Wang Ying,CHEN JinRu,CHEN Jinru.Dataset of Planet Juncture Index and Planetary System Heliocentric Longitude[DB/OL].Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,2018.DOI:10.3974/geodb.2018.05.09.V1.

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1 PlanetJunctureIndexPlanetarySystemHeliocentricLongitude.xlsx 172.68kb DownLoad
Co-Sponsors

Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences

The Geographical Society of China

Parteners

Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) Task Group on Preservation of and Access to Scientific and Technical Data in/for/with Developing Countries (PASTD)

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

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