Metro/Tube-style maps for delta-v needed to get between objects in the solar system #Space @marsroverdriver
Inspired by Kerbal Space Program charts of the delta-v needed to get between points in space, Wikipedia user Cmglee has made a chart for the solar system in the style of a metro train / London Tube map.
The numbers indicate the number of meters per second needed to get from one point to another. To know how much change in velocity is needed to get from Earth to Mars, just add up the numbers between the two planets.
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