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Nothing can give us a better idea of the complexity of the three body problem and of all the problems in dynamics. . 144] ). It is in the neighborhood of the hyperbolic ﬁxed points that chaotic dynamics can ﬁrst be observed. With increasing perturbation ε, the destroyed zones grow, and the chaotic area-ﬁlling orbits in phase space increase. The ‘chaotic sea’ is, initially, still enveloped by intact invariant tori. With increasing ε, a growing number of invariant tori is destroyed, depending on the irrationality of the frequency ratio.
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