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Trajectories

Trajectory Tra*ject"o*ry, n.; pl. Trajectories. [Cf. F. trajectoire.] The curve which a body describes in space, as a planet or comet in its orbit, or stone thrown upward obliquely in the air.

Trajectory Tra*ject"o*ry, n.; pl. Trajectories. [Cf. F. trajectoire.] The curve which a body describes in space, as a planet or comet in its orbit, or stone thrown upward obliquely in the air.

- In this simple approximation, the trajectory takes the shape of a parabola. Generally when determining trajectories, it may be necessary to account for...

- applications of trajectory optimization were in the aerospace industry, computing rocket and missile launch trajectories. More recently, trajectory optimization...

- Parabolic trajectories are minimum-energy escape trajectories, separating positive-energy hyperbolic trajectories from negative-energy elliptic orbits. The orbital...

- A trajectory is the path a moving object follows through space. Types of trajectories include: Trajectory of a projectile Lofted trajectory—a particular...

- trajectories, all hyperbolic trajectories are also escape trajectories. The specific energy of a hyperbolic trajectory orbit is positive. Planetary flybys...

- orthogonal trajectory is a curve, which intersects any curve of a given pencil of (planar) curves orthogonally. For example, the orthogonal trajectories of a...

- gravity which for the first time made it possible to successfully predict trajectories.[citation needed] The word ballistics comes from the Gr**** βάλλειν ballein...

- changing the angle with which a missile will impact on landing. Lofted trajectories are sometimes used in both missile rocketry and in spaceflight. When...

- gravity once the initial trajectory is set. The first spacecraft to fly a cir****lunar trajectory was Luna 3. Cir****lunar trajectories were also used by Apollo...

- different trajectories can be selected, which can either increase the nominal range or decrease the total time in flight. A depressed trajectory is non-optimal...

- applications of trajectory optimization were in the aerospace industry, computing rocket and missile launch trajectories. More recently, trajectory optimization...

- Parabolic trajectories are minimum-energy escape trajectories, separating positive-energy hyperbolic trajectories from negative-energy elliptic orbits. The orbital...

- A trajectory is the path a moving object follows through space. Types of trajectories include: Trajectory of a projectile Lofted trajectory—a particular...

- trajectories, all hyperbolic trajectories are also escape trajectories. The specific energy of a hyperbolic trajectory orbit is positive. Planetary flybys...

- orthogonal trajectory is a curve, which intersects any curve of a given pencil of (planar) curves orthogonally. For example, the orthogonal trajectories of a...

- gravity which for the first time made it possible to successfully predict trajectories.[citation needed] The word ballistics comes from the Gr**** βάλλειν ballein...

- changing the angle with which a missile will impact on landing. Lofted trajectories are sometimes used in both missile rocketry and in spaceflight. When...

- gravity once the initial trajectory is set. The first spacecraft to fly a cir****lunar trajectory was Luna 3. Cir****lunar trajectories were also used by Apollo...

- different trajectories can be selected, which can either increase the nominal range or decrease the total time in flight. A depressed trajectory is non-optimal...

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