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1. ## Finding max separation of planets

I'm looking for some help/guidance on what is turning out to be a surprisingly challenging math problem: I'm trying to find the maximum possible separation between any two given planets. I think it would be useful, or at least interesting, to know this kind of thing when constructing comms relay networks, etc. I've got some idea how to proceed, but my efforts keep coming up dry (not least because of my merely intermediate math knowledge). Seems my problem needs new eyes and new ideas. I'm all ears!
2. ## When to separate SRBs? A not-so-obvious question.

I'm using Crzyrndm's mod, SRB Variable Thrust Limiter, which allows SRBs' thrust to decrease as they burn fuel, just like in real life. The question is, what is the math used to determine the exact time when the SRB's current acceleration is the same as the vessel's acceleration, and with that, perform the separation staging? I'm trying to achieve this effect, where at the separation moment, the SRB has just enough thrust to keep itself at the same speed as the vessel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nwhrQXAAlM https://youtu.be/nzN9G2LSbuM?t=40s Thanks in advance.