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Abstract

In the story of mankind, explorations to unknown worlds have never stopped. Eager and curious adventures of every generation, heading for far places and pushing the limits, have empowered the progress of human civilization in history. The evolution of modern technologies spanned the world field of vision: scientists have pointed the Hubble telescope to the far reaches of the universe (Scoville et al. Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 172:38–45, 2007, [1]); the interstellar space probe Voyager 1, has flied over the edge of outer Solar System, taking a golden record of human’s information (Burlaga et al. Science, 341:147–150, 2013, [2]); and the Hayahusa spacecraft has successfully returned the regolith samples from the Near-Earth Asteroid 25143 Itokawa (Akira et al. Science, 333:1125–1128, 2011, [3]).

Keywords

Periodic Orbit Small Body Orbital Dynamic Resonant Orbit Triaxial Ellipsoid 
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