## Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit
t = h^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(eh^2-1)^(3/2))*Mh
This formula uses 1 Constants, 4 Variables
Constants Used
[GM.Earth] - Earth’s Geocentric Gravitational Constant Value Taken As 3.986004418×10^14 m^3 s^−2
Variables Used
Time since Periapsis - (Measured in Second) - The Time since Periapsis is a measure of the duration that has passed since an object in orbit, such as a satellite, passed through its closest point to the central body, known as periapsis.
Angular Momentum of Orbit - (Measured in Squaer Meter per Second) - Angular Momentum of Orbit is a fundamental physical quantity that characterizes the rotational motion of an object in orbit around a celestial body, such as a planet or a star.
Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit - Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit describes how much the orbit differs from a perfect circle, and this value typically falls between 1 and infinity.
Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit - (Measured in Radian) - The Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit is a time-related parameter that represents the angular distance covered by an object in its hyperbolic trajectory since passing through periapsis.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Angular Momentum of Orbit: 65750 Square Kilometer per Second --> 65750000000 Squaer Meter per Second (Check conversion here)
Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit: 1.339 --> No Conversion Required
Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit: 11.2 Radian --> 11.2 Radian No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
t = h^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(eh^2-1)^(3/2))*Mh --> 65750000000^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(1.339^2-1)^(3/2))*11.2
Evaluating ... ...
t = 28378.2011460825
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
28378.2011460825 Second --> No Conversion Required
28378.2011460825 28378.2 Second <-- Time since Periapsis
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## < 5 Orbital Position as Function of Time Calculators

Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Hyperbolic Eccentric Anomaly
Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit*sinh(Eccentric Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit)-Eccentric Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit)
True Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit given Hyperbolic Eccentric Anomaly and Eccentricity
True Anomaly = 2*atan(sqrt((Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit+1)/(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit-1))*tanh(Eccentric Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit/2))
Hyperbolic Eccentric Anomaly given Eccentricity and True Anomaly
Eccentric Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit = 2*atanh(sqrt((Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit-1)/(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit+1))*tan(True Anomaly/2))
Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit given Hyperbolic Eccentric Anomaly
Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit = Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit*sinh(Eccentric Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit)-Eccentric Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit
Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly
Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit

## Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly Formula

Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit
t = h^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(eh^2-1)^(3/2))*Mh

## Why are parabolic trajectories also called escape trajectories?

If the body of some mass m is launched on a parabolic trajectory, it will coast to infinity, arriving there with zero velocity relative to central body. It will not return. Parabolic paths are therefore called escape trajectories.

## How to Calculate Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly?

Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly calculator uses Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit to calculate the Time since Periapsis, The Time Since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly formula is defined as time that has elapsed since an object in a hyperbolic orbit passed through periapsis (the point of closest approach to the central body) based on the mean anomaly. Time since Periapsis is denoted by t symbol.

How to calculate Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly, enter Angular Momentum of Orbit (h), Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit (eh) & Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit (Mh) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly calculation can be explained with given input values -> 28378.2 = 65750000000^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(1.339^2-1)^(3/2))*11.2.

### FAQ

What is Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly?
The Time Since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly formula is defined as time that has elapsed since an object in a hyperbolic orbit passed through periapsis (the point of closest approach to the central body) based on the mean anomaly and is represented as t = h^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(eh^2-1)^(3/2))*Mh or Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit. Angular Momentum of Orbit is a fundamental physical quantity that characterizes the rotational motion of an object in orbit around a celestial body, such as a planet or a star, Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit describes how much the orbit differs from a perfect circle, and this value typically falls between 1 and infinity & The Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit is a time-related parameter that represents the angular distance covered by an object in its hyperbolic trajectory since passing through periapsis.
How to calculate Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly?
The Time Since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly formula is defined as time that has elapsed since an object in a hyperbolic orbit passed through periapsis (the point of closest approach to the central body) based on the mean anomaly is calculated using Time since Periapsis = Angular Momentum of Orbit^3/([GM.Earth]^2*(Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit^2-1)^(3/2))*Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit. To calculate Time since Periapsis in Hyperbolic Orbit given Mean Anomaly, you need Angular Momentum of Orbit (h), Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit (eh) & Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit (Mh). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Angular Momentum of Orbit, Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit & Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Time since Periapsis?
In this formula, Time since Periapsis uses Angular Momentum of Orbit, Eccentricity of Hyperbolic Orbit & Mean Anomaly in Hyperbolic Orbit. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
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