I then turned to the ascent stage of the Apollo 11 Eagle...no one knows what became of that little piece of history either. And again, amazingly, the simulated orbit shows a long-term stability very similar to that of the Snoopy stage. Wow! That was in September of 2020, and you might notice that the blog posts stopped around that time. Instead, I focused on writing up the results for peer review and publication, and after some fits and starts I am proud to say that the paper is published.
My intent now is to expand on the Eagle results and continue looking for other interesting objects from that era.
You can page through the blog posts in order for a "tutorial" on the process I went through. Or skip around to whatever looks interesting.
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