If this can easily be derived from an already answered question please be so kind to point me there. I tried but couldn't find an equivalent problem.
I have one circle $D$ with the origin as center fully defined by its radius $r_D$. I have a given point $P$ which is outside $D$.
Now I want to construct a circle $H$ with known radius $r_H > r_D$, such that $P$ is on the circle and $D$ is enclosed inside $H$ and $H$ is touching $D$.
Where is the circle center of $H$/how do I calculate the point where $D=H$?
There are two solutions (though I just need one).