P5_1 Conditions for Lunar-stationary Satellites

Hannah Clear, Daniel Evan, George McGilvray, Edward Turner


This paper will explore what size and mass of a Moon-like body would have to be to have a Hill Sphere that would allow for lunar-stationary satellites to exist in a stable orbit. The radius of this body would have to be at least 2500 km, and the mass would have to be at least 2.1×10^23 kg.

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