Hello All, Consider below scenario. Suppose there is a small asteroid in space rotating around itself. I reach to that asteroid in my spacecraft and match spacecraft's orbital speed with the rotation speed of the asteroid. I eject my fancy carbon fiber net from my spacecraft which is sufficiently large to wrap asteroid. Now, since I have captured the asteroid in my net, I want to bring it back to earth. So my question - 1. If I want to "tow" that asteroid using my spacecraft, with how much force my spacecraft engine needs to "pull" the asteroid. In space there is nothing like weight. I guess the force required to "move" the asteroid should be slightly more than the gravitational pull that asteroid exerts on spacecraft. Am I right ? ...Thanks.