Trajectory (disambiguation)

A trajectory is the path a moving object follows through space.

Trajectory may also refer to:
* Methods of calculating the trajectory of a projectile
* Trajectory Hermeneutics, a liberal teaching of Christian Postmodernism
* Trajectory optimization, the process of minimizing or maximizing performance
* "Trajectories" (magazine), a 1980s tabloid magazine

In cricket, trajectory is known as flight or loop


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