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Definition of Perihelia

Perihelia
Perihelion Per`i*hel"ion, Perihelium Per`i*he"li*um, n.; pl. Perihelia. [NL., fr. Gr. ? about, near + ? the sun.] (Astron.) That point of the orbit of a planet or comet which is nearest to the sun; -- opposed to aphelion.

Meaning of Perihelia from wikipedia

- Apsis (Gr****: ἀψίς; plural apsides /ˈæpsɪdiːz/, Gr****: ἀψῖδες; "orbit") denotes either of the two extreme points (i.e., the ****hest or nearest point)...
- the giant planets, predominantly Neptune. Detached objects have larger perihelia than these other TNO po****tions, including the objects in orbital resonance...
- The scattered ETNOs (or extreme scattered disc objects, ESDOs) have perihelia around 38–45 AU and an exceptionally high eccentricity of more than 0...
- inclined (inclination 40°) orbit. Like Planet Nine it would cause the perihelia of objects with semi-major axes greater than 300 AU to oscillate, delivering...
- Sednoids are a further extreme sub-grouping of the detached objects with perihelia so distant that it is confirmed that their orbits cannot be explained...
- Mercury's (0.4667 AU) and perihelia inside Mercury's (0.3075 AU), whereas those listed here as outer grazers have perihelia within Mercury's aphelion...
- Neptune's early outward migration. Most scattered disc objects (SDOs) have perihelia within the Kuiper belt but aphelia far beyond it (some more than 150 AU...
- TG387), but it is suspected that there are many more. All three have perihelia greater than 64 AU. These objects lie outside an apparently nearly empty...
- VSOP87. The last three aphelia were 30.33 AU, the next is 30.34 AU. The perihelia are even more stable at 29.81 AU McKie, Robin (9 July 2011). "Neptune's...
- due to their 2:3 resonance with the planet, the cl****ical objects have perihelia further from the Sun, free from Neptune's perturbation. Such objects have...
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