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lemonCBI

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My question is how do I calculate the 3 angles (Z-Y-Z) that describe the position an ellipsoid that has experienced both rotations? I have the 3 angles of the body rotation, the 3 angles of second rotation, and the displacement of the ellipsoid center from the point of rotation.

Also, in trying to figuring this out I was wondering if an ellipsoid's position has unique set of angles to describe it or if there are several correct answers (besides multiples of 360)