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I am currently a Physics student at University of Athens.


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comment Exercise: 2D orbital mechanics simulation (python)
Indeed the symplectic methods are by far the most accurate but I think it is difficult for someone with no background in science to implement them. Instead you can use the very simple Euler method along with the Feynman correction. I don't think that you need something more complex than that for self-education purposes.
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