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It is natural to ask whether the feasibility property implies an optimality property. t. the Earth-Moon axis has the property of being an optimal Moon-Earth trajectory. To supply an answer to the above question, we present in this paper a systematic study of optimal Earth-Moon and Moon-Earth trajectories under the following scenario. The optimization criterion is the total characteristic velocity; the class of two-impulse trajectories is considered; the parameters being optimized are four: initial phase angle of spacecraft Design of Moon Missions 33 with respect to either Earth or Moon, flight time, velocity impulse at departure, velocity impulse at arrival.
2 for counterclockwise LMO arrival. Major comments are as follows: the accelerating velocity impulse is nearly independent of the orbital altitude over the Moon surface (see Ref. 18); decreases as the orbital (ii) the braking velocity impulse altitude over the Moon surface increases (see Ref. 2 days, depending on the mission); (iv) the optimal trajectories with counterclockwise arrival to LMO are slightly superior to the optimal trajectories with clockwise arrival to LMO in terms of characteristic velocity and flight time.
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