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What do you mean by "Earth's position + 10000 km"? Do you mean 10000 km further from the sun than Earth, or do you mean on the same orbit around the sun and 10000 km ahead of Earth? Anyway, +-10000 km shouldn't matter much - if the spacecraft has the same velocity as Earth and you don't add an escape velocity, it should stay roughly on the same orbit. I ...
Its a method called co-ordinate grid transformations that is used to transform an arbitrarily shaped geometry into a square; in the computational domain. Grid transformations work as parametric transformations do, in co-ordinate geometry. what these transformations basically do is, they map the complex geometry (viz. a curve) into a simpler geometry (a line; ...
Why do you anticipate extra sources of CP violation? Are you using complex Lagrangian parameters? If so, the best experimental limits might be contributions to electric dipole moments, permitted only at three-loops in the SM, and possibly limits on CP violation in the Higgs sector.
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