The ‘Halo’ family of 3-dimensional periodic orbits in the Earth-Moon restricted 3-body problem View Full Text


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DATE

1979-11

AUTHORS

John V. Breakwell, John V. Brown

ABSTRACT

The Halo orbits originating in the vicinities of both,L1 andL2 grow larger, but shorter in period, as they shift towards the Moon. There is in each case a narrow band of stable orbits roughly half-way to the Moon. Nearer to the Moon, the orbits are fairly well-approximated by an ‘almost rectilinear’ analysis. TheL2 family shrinks in size as it approaches the Moon, becoming stable again shortly before penetrating the lunar surface. TheL1-family becomes longer and thinner as it approaches the Moon, with a second narrow band of stable orbits with perilune, however, below the lunar surface. More... »

PAGES

389-404

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1973-06. Quasi-periodic orbits about the translunar libration point in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
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