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This section is optional and covers the physics and mathematical details of the two-body problem and three-body problem. The two-body…

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In 1665, Isaac Newton recognized that all matter attracts all other matter, but he also recognized that the gravitational attraction…

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Physicists have used the quantum nature of matter to obtain a highly precise value for the universal gravitational constant, the big…

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Solve problems related to force, mass and acceleration. Solve problems related to Fourier number dimensionless value, heat transfer…

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And the potential is determined by the surrounding mass distribution by Poisson s partial differential equation = 4. This formulation…

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Summary: The term g is based on the pull of gravity. NASA had a definition in their 1965 dictionary of Technical Terms for Aerospace…

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States that the gravitational force between two objects is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to…

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You have no doubt seen gravity work in your life. After all, it is the force that keeps your feet on the ground! This lesson explores…

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Laser range observations taken on the near-earth satellites of Lageos (a = 1.92 e.r.), Starlette (a = 1.15 e.r.), BE-C (a = 1.18 e.r.)…

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Through extremely high precision measurements of a pulsar orbiting a white dwarf star, astronomers have found that the gravitational…

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Fg = force due to gravity between the two objects (N) G = the Gravitational Constant m1 and m2 = the two masses (kg) r = the distance…

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