Suppose you are at a point (x(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{0},y_{0}) in space. There is a planet at position (x_{1},y_{1}) orbiting in a circle a distance r away from the orbit center (x_{2},y_{2}).

The planet has constant angular velocity as it orbits. You move at a constant speed towards the planet, and want to move in a straight line.

How do you determine how to reach the planet, traveling only in a straight line?

Thanks.

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