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Title: Pingback: Code Project post "Orbital Mechanics Introduction, Part 2"

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The Code Project post Orbital Mechanics Introduction, Part 2 by charles922 uses some code from my WPF 3D posts. His program lets you experiment with the following orbital parameters:

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  • Eccentricity - the eccentricity of the orbit's ellipse.
  • Inclination - the vertical tilt of the ellipse with respect to the orbital plane measured at the ascending node (where the orbit passes upward through the orbital plane).
  • Semi-major Axis - the semi-major axis of the orbit's ellipse.
  • Longitude of the Ascending Node (Omega, ?) - horizontally orients the ascending node of the ellipse.
  • Argument or Periapsis - defines the orientation of the ellipse in the orbital plane, as an angle measured from the ascending node to the periapsis.

To see Charles' post, click here.

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