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 Eccentricity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (192 words) Eccentricity (orbit), in astrodynamics, calculated from orbital state vectors as an absolute value of eccentricity vector or using other methods based on orbital energy and angular momentum. Eccentric (mechanism), a wheel that rotates on an axle that is displaced from the focus of the circle described by the wheel Eccentric position of a surveying tripod to be able to measure hidden points
 Eccentricity (orbit) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (276 words) The eccentricity of this conic section, the orbit's eccentricity, is an important parameter of the orbit that defines its absolute shape. Eccentricity may be interpreted as a measure of how much this shape deviates from a circle. Through time, the eccentricity of the Earth's orbit slowly changes from nearly 0 to almost 0.05 as a result of gravitational attractions between the planets (see graph [1]).
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