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Finding interplanetary flight trajectory using calculus of variations?
Consider two orbits $x(t),\space y(t)$ representing the origin and destination for some spaceflight of interest. These could be, for example, cycloids describing LEO and another orbit circling, say, ...
Dec 21 '12 at 9:31
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