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The aberration of star light (the small shift in apparent position of distant stars

during the year) is an ancient phenomenon which finds a simple explanation in

the motion of our earth in its

106 ...

The aberration of star light (the small shift in apparent position of distant stars

during the year) is an ancient phenomenon which finds a simple explanation in

the motion of our earth in its

**orbit**around the sun at a velocity of the order of 3 x106 ...

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component of velocity i>||0 parallel to B at z = 0, where the axial field strength is

B0. The speed of the particle is constant so that at any position along the z axis v*

+ v* ...

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**orbit**of small radius with a transverse velocity v^ and acomponent of velocity i>||0 parallel to B at z = 0, where the axial field strength is

B0. The speed of the particle is constant so that at any position along the z axis v*

+ v* ...

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<^T- Calculate the eccentricity of the ellipse, and show that it decreases from its

initial value as (L/L0)'», showing that the

goes on. (c) Compare your results here to the special case of a circular

<^T- Calculate the eccentricity of the ellipse, and show that it decreases from its

initial value as (L/L0)'», showing that the

**orbit**tends to become circular as timegoes on. (c) Compare your results here to the special case of a circular

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