The Conjugate Unscented Transform allows for an easy calculation of reachability sets with a minimal number of full model propagations. The computation time savings that come with this method encourages implementation of reachability sets in more complex problems. Spacecraft maneuver planning for detection avoidance is unique in that all objectives may not be met by moving some minimum distance from the nominal orbit. Analyzing the reachable sets in topographic coordinates instead presents a unique metric for quantifying detection avoidance. Combining ground-track manipulation and propellant-use in reacha-bility-based multi-objective optimization gives planners an efficient and accurate method for designing detection avoidance maneuvers.