File:Lagrange Horseshoe Orbit.jpg

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Adapted from a NASA Image. Horseshoe orbits follow contour lines that enclose Lagrange points L3, L4 & L5.

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  • 2007-11-11 00:33:44 | Lfast321 | 225061 | 714×720 | Adapted from [[:Image:Lagrange points.jpg|this NASA Image]]. Horseshoe orbits follow contour lines that enclose Lagrange points L3, L4 & L5. {{PD-USGov-NASA}}
  • 2007-11-10 06:13:12 | Lfast321 | 222361 | 714×720 | Adapted from [[Image:Lagrange points.jpg]]. A horseshoe orbit follows a contour line about the Lagrange points.

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