Nodal Precession Rates


by Kev2013
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Kev2013
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Feb6-13, 01:07 PM
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Good Day Everyone,

I am trying to find out the rates at which the inclinations of the Solar System's planets change.
E.g. Earth's inclination to the invariable plane cycles every 70,000 years. I believe its called the Draconitic Period or Nodal Precession Period.
I'm trying to find out what this cycle is for the other planets of the Solar System.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
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