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De motu corporum in gyrum 'On the motion of bodies in an orbit' is the presumed title of a manuscript by Isaac Newton sent to Edmond Halley in November The manuscript was prompted by a visit from Halley earlier that year when he had questioned Newton about problems then occupying the minds of Halley and his scientific circle in London, including Sir Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke. The title of the document is only presumed because the original is now lost. Its contents are inferred from surviving documents, which are two contemporary copies and a draft. Only the draft has the title now used; both copies are without title. This manuscript De Motu for short, but not to be confused with several other Newtonian papers carrying titles that start with these words gave important mathematical derivations relating to the three relations now known as "Kepler's laws" before Newton's work, these had not been generally regarded as laws. One of the surviving copies of De Motu was made by being entered in the Royal Society 's register book, and its Latin text is available online.
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