Philip P. Ide

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Orbital Calculator v1.0.0.5 Update

You can now calculate distance from a gravitational mass using the orbital period. The image above shows a calculation for Mars which has a 687 day year.

I've allowed the use of tokens to identify time components to make it easy to use. The examples shown in the image should explain how it works.

The description page for Orbital Calculator can be found here.
The download page can be found here.

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blog/articles/general/orbitalcalc_update_1005.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/06 10:37 by Phil Ide

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