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The coordinate system chosen is:

X-Y : earth equatorial plane.
Y Axis : Line joining earth center and moon center at the epoch
when moon is at its ascending node with respect to the Earth
equatorial plane
Z Axis : Towards South Pole
X Axis: According to Right Hand Rule.
All possible flyby are considered, then after flyby geocentric
velocity for all the cases are calculated.
The required impulse is found which can change the spacecrafts
orbit to a 0
inclination with perigee height as 35786 km.
The final impulse, to be provided at the perigee is calculated which
is sufficient to bring the spacecraft to a circular orbit of height
35786 km from the previous orbit.


1. Assume moon to be in circular orbit.
2. Earth Parking Orbit as well as transfer orbit
argument of perigee() is 180
3. State the moon velocity and spacecraft velocity
at moon.
4. As per cordinate system chosen:

= 1.090 cos
18.5988 0 sin 18.5988

= 0.1982765 (
cos 0 sin )

= (0 3.611311163397721 10

5. Calculate the moon relative velocity of spacecraft.

7. Find

= 2* sin
(1/(1 + (r

8. Express the relative velocity of departure from moon
after flyby:

cos cos sin cos sin
10. Change the angle's and value between the
ranges 0< <360 and -90< <90.
11. Calculate by :

cos =

12.If the condition <

is satisfied then
proceed to the next step.
13.Calculate the impulse needed to bring the
inclination angle to zero degree and perigee
at 35786 km altitude. True anomaly of the
present position(

) as (143,217).
14.Calculate impulse at perigee to go into GSO.
15.Find minimum total impulse by checking
various combinations of , ,and .

Algorithm 2:

Repeat algorithm 1 till step no 12.
Calculate V required to bring inclination to 0
degree without changing orbits other
Propagate till apogee.
Provide an impulse (V) to change the perigee
height to 35786km.
Propagate till the perigee and provide impulse
to enter GSO.