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We may want to approximate a cluster of bodies into some mass centered at some point.


Shouldn't the solution just converge to zero? (For all of them to crash into each other at some point t very big)


How do we know that they are actually chaotic? What if there is a basis in which they are very well-behaved, i.e consider some sort of Fourier decomposition of their positions over time?