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As a consequence, the usual analysis of collision and near collision motions can not be extended to this case. Example 6 (N –body potential reduced by a symmetry group satisfying the rotating circle property). The paper [51] deals with minimal trajectories to the spatial 2N –body problem under the hip–hop symmetry, where the configuration is constrained at all time to form a regular antiprism. This problem has three degrees of freedom and the reduced potential of a configuration generated by the point of coordinates (u, ζ) ∈ C × R R3 decomposes as K(N ) U (u, ζ) = + U0 (u, ζ), |u|α where K(N ) = N −1 1 , sinα ( kπ N ) k=1 N U0 (u, ζ) 1 = k=1 sin2 (2k−1)π 2N |u|2 + ζ 2 α 2 , The first term comes from the interaction among points of the same N –agon and is singular at simultaneous partial collisions on the ζ–axis.

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