> Most--if not all--astronomical objects in high-energy (i.e., unbounded) orbits > about their primaries have hyperbolic orbits. Only those objects with > *precisely* enough energy to escape to infinity have parabolic orbits; such > objects must be extremely rare. Those with less energy have elliptic orbits; > those with more, hyperbolic. > > --Lou Talman > Oh, of course!!! Why didn't I remember to include orbits?