Commit 1922ef54 authored by Luc Maisonobe's avatar Luc Maisonobe
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clarified javadoc

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......@@ -79,11 +79,11 @@ import org.orekit.utils.PVCoordinates;
* keplerian forces. In this case, the simpler {@link
* org.orekit.propagation.analytical.KeplerianPropagator KeplerianPropagator} class would
* perhaps be more effective. The propagator is only in one mode at a time.</p>
* <p>The underlying numerical integrator set up in the constructor can also be configured.
* Typical tuning parameters for adaptive stepsize integrators are the min, max and perhaps
* start step size as well as the absolute and/or relative errors thresholds. The state
* that is seen by the integrator is a simple seven elements double array. The six first
* elements are the {@link EquinoctialOrbit equinoxial orbit parameters} (a, e<sub>x</sub>,
* <p>The underlying numerical integrator set up in the constructor may also have its own
* configuration parameters. Typical configuration parameters for adaptive stepsize integrators
* are the min, max and perhaps start step size as well as the absolute and/or relative errors
* thresholds. The state that is seen by the integrator is a simple seven elements double array.
* The six first elements are the {@link EquinoctialOrbit equinoxial orbit parameters} (a, e<sub>x</sub>,
* e<sub>y</sub>, h<sub>x</sub>, h<sub>y</sub>, l<sub>v</sub>) in meters and radians, and
* the last element is the mass in kilograms. The following code snippet shows a typical
* setting for Low Earth Orbit propagation:</p>
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