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Orbital maneuver during which two spacecraft arrive at the same orbit and approach to a very close distance. Rendezvous may or may not be followed by docking or berthing.

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Further to my "asteroid chasing" question regarding the HCW equations (Clohessy - Wiltshire equations for use in Asteroid "chasing"), I was wondering if there was some transformation of these in calcu …
asked Feb 10 '18 by Harvey Rael
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I am trying to complete a full trajectory design and analysis for a low thrust interplanetary mission to Mars. Right now, computing optimal trajectories from Earth to Mars for a number of dates and ot …
asked Jul 28 '18 by Harvey Rael
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So I'm actually a student studying this sorta thing, and an assignment I have is to chase/rendezvous with an asteroid. I've done my reading on the C-W equations (what little I could understand) and …
asked Feb 8 '18 by Harvey Rael
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So, I am currently doing a project on trajectory optimisation. I get the principle of it, minimise fuel cost for a journey, or try to maximise the spacecraft weight at target destination, and that spi …
asked May 3 '18 by Harvey Rael
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So I essentially want to plot the change in trajectory as I perform a maneuver using the clohessy wiltshire equations to chase a target. I have a for loop for 10,000s and I would like to calculate eac …
asked Feb 23 '18 by Harvey Rael