# The use of invariant manifolds for transfers between unstable periodic orbits of different energies

@article{Davis2010TheUO, title={The use of invariant manifolds for transfers between unstable periodic orbits of different energies}, author={Kathryn E R Davis and Rodney L. Anderson and Daniel J. Scheeres and George H. Born}, journal={Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy}, year={2010}, volume={107}, pages={471-485} }

- Published 2010
DOI:10.1007/s10569-010-9285-3

Techniques from dynamical systems theory have been applied to the construction of transfers between unstable periodic orbits that have different energies. Invariant manifolds, trajectories that asymptotically depart or approach unstable periodic orbits, are used to connect the initial and final orbits. The transfer asymptotically departs the initial orbit on a trajectory contained within the initial orbit’s unstable manifold and later asymptotically approaches the final orbit on a trajectory… CONTINUE READING

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