Inclinatio orbitalis (-nis, f) angulus est quo planities orbitalis satellitis inclinata est ad planitiem orbitalem planetae. Saepe inclinationes orbitales non magnae sunt, sed nonnulli satellites magnam inclinationem orbitalem habent (maxime nonaginta partium vel anguli recti). Si forsitan asteroides olim ab gravitatione cuiusdam planetae captus erat satellites fiebat cum fortasse magna inclinatione orbitali.
|Inclinatio orbitalis respectu planitiei eclipticae|
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