A super moon is a full moon or a new moon that approximately coincides with the closest distance that the moon reaches to earth in its

elliptic orbit (less than 360,000km), resulting in a larger-than-usual apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from earth.

Solution "B"--Europa

Elliptic Orbit. The hypothesis on circularity of Europa's orbit is removed, and a new solution for the same mission scheme is searched for.

The probe will manoeuvre into Mars' wide

elliptic orbit, between 22,000 and 44,000 km away from the Martian surface, enabling the mission to provide the first global picture of how the Martian atmosphere changes throughout the day, and between seasons.

where GM is the spaceflight constant of the Earth and a the major semiaxe of the osculating

elliptic orbit of the satellite.

[37], which studied this problem considering an

elliptic orbit for the disturbing body but considering the expansions only up to the second order.

Earth rotates around the Sun in

elliptic orbit. Therefore, when calculating extraterrestrial solar energy flux,

elliptic orbit is assumed using eccentricity factor [epsilon].

It also says the satellite was "going round the Earth along its

elliptic orbit at an inclination of 40.6[degrees] at 490km (788 miles) perigee and 1,426km apogee.

An element X [member of] g is called elliptic if ad(X) [member of] End([g.sup.C]) is diagonalizable and all eigenvalues are purely imaginary; the orbit Ad(G) * X is called

elliptic orbit. See [12, 13] for more details about

elliptic orbits.

Dozens of Apollo and Aten asteroids orbit the Sun, and 1986 TO travels in a rather normal

elliptic orbit. However, if we consider its motion with respect to the Earth, we get a new perspective on this object and discover how fascinating it actually is.

Colasurdo, "Indirect optimization of satellite deployment into a highly

elliptic orbit," International Journal of Aerospace Engineering, vol.