So had an idea the other day, and...Too make a gob of statements that started out incoherently seem coherent this is what I was thinking of doing: Take an asteroid (roughly 2 million pounds in weight) from the asteroid belt and place it in moon orbit. Please don't ask me about how I would remove the asteroid, how wide it would be, how fast it is going, unless you feel it as a necessary contribution to the information that I am looking for, which is: (I have been searching the web with no avail) for information about moon satellites, orbits or anything that would lead me to understand whether it is possible to place such an object in moon orbit for more than 20 years without having to make adjustments. Aside from a hs physics class I know next to nothing about physics. The problem I am imagining with placing such an object like this so close to the earth is that it will eventually make its way to earth even if it is orbiting the moon. I think the idea is complete bunk, but I want to give it a shot until I am for certain of this. My school library is closed for another week and a half and I have until the second week of Feburary to complete this concept and submit it if it is up to par. So, thank you in advance for any information.