HW1_2 - Problem 2 - Apollo Orbit Table of Contents . 1 (a)...

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Problem 2 - Apollo Orbit Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................. 1 (a) . ........................................................................................................................... 1 (b) . ........................................................................................................................... 2 (c) . ........................................................................................................................... 2 (d) . ........................................................................................................................... 3 clear;clc; miu=1/82.45;mius=1-miu; (a) From this part, we can see the two orbits of different time span are the same. So we can say the period T=6.19216933 options = odeset( 'RelTol' ,1e-9, 'AbsTol' ,[1e-9 1e-9 1e-9 1e-9]); [T1,F1]=ode45(@apollo,[0 100],[1.2 0 0 -1.04935751],options); % T=100 figure(1)
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HW1_2 - Problem 2 - Apollo Orbit Table of Contents . 1 (a)...

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