# Zero Point Equations.

1. Apr 25, 2004

### IooqXpooI

Zero Point being where the Gravitational forces cancel out, creating no gravitational push.

$$M_1 \geq M_2$$

$$G_Z_p=\frac {1}{\frac {M_1}{M_2}}$$

$$R_g_Z_p=\frac {M_2}{M_1}-\frac{M_1}{M_2}$$

Where $$G_Z_p$$ is Gravitational Zero Point, $$R_g_Z_p$$ is Reverse Graviataional Zero Point, $$d$$ is distance between the two bodies, and $$M$$ is the mass.

Last edited: Apr 26, 2004
2. Apr 25, 2004

### IooqXpooI

Whoops!

Whenever I say $$a \geq b$$, usually I am talking in the point of view of a.

These equations are in the point of view of b. So if GZp is 5, then it means that it is 5 away from b.