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comment Gallery of 'actual images' from space?
Indeed. Perhaps I should of asked what probes even had real cameras on them. Mars rover, Voyager 1,2 and...?
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comment Gallery of 'actual images' from space?
Yep, all Hubble pictures don't count. Nice site though.
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asked Gallery of 'actual images' from space?
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comment Maximum Amplitude of a Lissajous Orbiting Object in a L4 or L5 Position
I'm guessing you found this, too: astronomy.stackexchange.com/questions/1219/… most of it is over my head so don't know if it helps.
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comment Maximum Amplitude of a Lissajous Orbiting Object in a L4 or L5 Position
Bonus! Why are you and I the resident SE experts on Lagrangian points... I never even finished collage.
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comment Maximum Amplitude of a Lissajous Orbiting Object in a L4 or L5 Position
No clue, I thought stuff just sat out there. Ask some math guys to plug in what is the circumference of the orbit of a L5 10% the mass of Earth into some nifty equation. Then you could plot the previous course giving you the maximum deviation before destabilization. Yes, I am making this all up.
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answered Maximum Amplitude of a Lissajous Orbiting Object in a L4 or L5 Position
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answered Is there a ceiling for stable L4 or L5 masses?