# Using the distance components to calculate minimal dV randezvouz trajectory

The are objects on 100 circular orbits, 1 object on each orbit. One orbit is said to be initial (I) and others are final (F) .

I know the cross-track, in-track and radial distances between objects on orbit I and orbits F on time T0. Using 2 impulsive maneuvers (Lambert problem) I have to perform a maneuver (randezvouz) of object on I to an object on any F, with a transfer time maximum Tmax.

Using the calculated distance components (radial, intrack, crosstrack), is there a way to assume the optimal orbit (less Dv for maneuver in [T0, T0+Tmax])?

NOTE

The x, y, z, Vx, Vy, Vz components of this objects are also known.