Linearization Methods for Problems of Optimizing Low-Thrust Spacecraft Trajectories: Verification Procedure
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Several well-studied problems for optimizing low-thrust spacecraft trajectories are solved using the modified linearization method (MLM). The results are compared with the results obtained by other authors. On this basis, conclusions are drawn on the possible use of the modified linearization method for optimizing low-thrust spacecraft trajectories.
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