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Are investigated a trajectory of new type in distant, space flights unlike usual trajectories of direct flight to heavenly object (Moon) it is supposed to use asymmetry of a gravitational field and to carry out flight bypassing the most power gravitational impact on the spacecraft. It leads to economy of power for 20-30%.
The Theory of Vortex Gravitation, Space Flights with an Optimum Trajectory
Sergey Orlov. (2016). On Optimal Trajectory in Space Flight. American Journal of Aerospace Engineering, 3(2), 6-12. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajae.20160302.11
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