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Is there a ceiling for stable L4 or L5 masses?
L4 and L5, the Lagrange points 60 degrees leading and trailing an orbiting body, are famous for being stable. I will label the central mass S, orbiting mass J and the L4 mass T: It's said S/J ...
Jun 1 at 6:16
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