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3D Equation

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Mar16-12, 01:52 PM
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Given the Keplerian Components of: a,e,i,LP,ML,MA,EA,N,TA,w,R.

How do you find the equation for a 3D Ecliptical ELLIPSE in this form:

A1 * x ^ 2 + A2 * y ^ 2 + A3 * z ^ 2 + 2 * B1 * x * y + 2 * B2 * x * z + 2 * B3 * y * z + C = 0
A1=
A2=
A3=0
B1=
B2=
B3=
C=
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