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An n-body choreography is a periodic solution to the n-body problem in which all the bodies are equally spread out along a single orbit. The term was originated in 2000 by Chenciner and Montgomery.
- Vanderbei, Robert J. (2004). "New Orbits for the n-Body Problem". Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1017: 422–433. arXiv:astro-ph/0303153. Bibcode:2004NYASA1017..422V. doi:10.1196/annals.1311.024. PMID 15220160.
- Simó, C. , New families of Solutions in N-Body Problems, Proceedings of the ECM 2000, Barcelona (July, 10-14).
- "A remarkable periodic solution of the three-body problem in the case of equal masses". The original article by Alain Chenciner and Richard Montgomery. Annals of Mathematics, 152 (2000), 881–901.
- Montaldi, James. "Classification of symmetry groups for planar n-body choreographies". arxiv.org.
- Animation of the solution with three bodies following each other in a figure of eight orbit
- Youtube videos of several n-body choreographies
- Feature column on Simó's Choreographies for the American Mathematical Society
- A collection of animations of planar choreographies
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