Re: Satellite Visualization!
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- Subject: [mg82521] Re: Satellite Visualization!
- From: sashap <pavlyk at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 05:33:31 -0400 (EDT)
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On Oct 21, 4:11 am, "pskma... at googlemail.com" <pskma... at googlemail.com> wrote: > Hi all, > > I have been trying to visualize an artificial satellite moving in its > orbit around the Earth, but I could not success. > > I have manly used the command "Animate" and tried to represent the > orbit as a circle and the satellite as a point moving on that circle. > But I feel the result was so basic while I am looking for something > much professional and I am sure this animation can be achieved by > Mathematica, especially with the new version of it. > > My aim is to have an animation for this satellite where I have the > equations of its motion > and the radius (the distance between the satellite and the Earth). > > Any help on this would so appreciated, > Andery Hi Andrey, You might be interested in Wolfram demonstrations related to your topic. They come with free source code. One possibility might be: http://demonstrations/KeplersSecondLaw/ Oleksandr Pavlyk Wolfram Research