A complete solution to a simple rendezvous problem
Faulkner, Frank D.
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Graphs are given so that one can get all of the numbers associated with the optimum orbit-transfer problem described here. It is hoped that the ease and speed with which the solution can be obtained will make the simple case of interest. . An elementary proof is given·that the solution furnishes the desired optimum.
Research Paper No. 22 Issued simultaneously as AS-37-0039
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