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What is a Lagrangian point, and how can I get a bird into one?
After looking up what Lagrangian point meant, I'm pretty sure I'm more confused about what it is. It seems to mean that it's some sort of point in between 2 planets or objects in spaces where a third ...
Mar 27 '12 at 12:23
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