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Multiple Gravity Assist Spacecraft Trajectories Design Based on BFS and EP_DE Algorithm

Table 17

Different results of Cassini for EVVEEJS.

AlgorithmExperiments
Planet sequenceTotal (day) (km/s) (km)

EP_DEEVVEEJS4.425189 km/s: −194.933259: 3.592163: 10438.997785
: 10138.617395
: 13664.926677
: 6780.248744
: 7803345.772169
: 175.412664: 0.000084
: 435.455190: 0.000193
: 58.615710: 0.001033
: 623.697390: 0.376078
: 2480.085580: 0.000065
: 2915.843899: 0.455572

EP_DEEVVEEJS4.424657 km/s: −194.342712: 3.592019: 10447.177963
: 10056.969935
: 13639.312831
: 6778.125213
: 7833005.169348
: 174.935300: 0.000311
: 435.396489: 0.000238
: 58.609530: 0.000083
: 623.794914: 0.378360
: 2481.150014: 0.000131
: 2933.858016: 0.453515

EP_DEEVVEEJS4.439864 km/s: −196.156429: 3.580373: 10411.922288
: 10600.022696
: 13675.546437
: 6798.849556
: 7851748.989280
: 175.857199: 0.015845
: 436.073458: 0.003641
: 58.762976: 0.001209
: 623.817716: 0.383698
: 2481.402774: 0.002542
: 2944.544453: 0.452555

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