This paper explores the equilibrium position of the motion of a system of two artificial satellites linked by a light, versatile, inextensible and non-conducting cable under the influence of solar radiation pressure, the oblateness of the planet, the shadow of the earth and the resistance of the air. Here, we are analysing the circular orbit of the system’s centre of mass. We derive differential equations of machine motion. It is beyond our reach to obtain the overall solutions of differential equations. On the other hand, our function is not served by general solutions. The system’s Jacobean portion was also acquired. Subsequently, the balance positions of the motion of the A framework has been acquired. The equilibrium condition has wide applications in solving the stability issues of the orbiting cable-connected satellite system. If wobbling and nutting of the orbit of the device is taken into account, the work may be further updated.
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Department of Physics, R. C. College, Sakra B. R. A. Bihar University, Muzaffarpur – 843105, Bihar, India.
P. G. Department of Physics, L. S. College, B. R. A. Bihar University, Muzaffarpur – 842001, Bihar, India.
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