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  1. I'm looking for advice on planning intercepts between different orbital objects in different shperes of influence. Long story short I am using real solar system and have an orbital satalite in low orbit around Mars with an orbital inclination of about 23° that I want to transfer to from an orbital installation from each with an oi of about 26°. I also have mechjeb and a few other planner mods but so far the only thing I have been able to do is spend a ton of time setting up a chain of nodes to get somewhat (usually not very) close to the intercept objects orbital plain and then waist tons of dv for final alignment. If there is a better way to achieve this or a better tool to use I would definitely appreciate the advice! Thanks.