In this answer to the Space Exploration SE question Who called the Lagrangian points as “Libration” points and and why was the terminology “Libration” used? I have recently written the following:
This is a supplemental answer to @CallMeTom's answer.
Wikipedia's Lagrangian point; History says:
The three collinear Lagrange points (L1, L2, L3) were discovered by Leonhard Euler a few years before Joseph-Louis Lagrange discovered the remaining two3,4
3"KoLoMaRo" (Wang Sang Koon, Martin W. Lo, Jerrold E. Marsden and Shane D. Ross) Dynamical Systems, the Three-Body Problem, and Space Mission Design (also archived here and discussed in this answer)
4 written in Latin and math: DE MOTV RECTILINEO, TRIVM CORPORVM SE MVTVO ATTRAHENTIVM by L. EVLERO
As you can see I've just transcribed the title as I believe it to be without being certain how to type it. I am aware that sometimes words are more recognizable when some V's are written as U's and that these days we try not to write in all capitals when not necessary.
How should I best present the title of this mathematical work written in Latin as a reference in a Stack Exchange answer?