can any celestal body or anything rotate at speed of 90 degree


by kushan
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Feb25-10, 11:38 PM
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can any celestal body or anything rotate at speed of 90 degree per second with a radius of
of more than or equal to 3 X 10 ^ 8 metre ?
is it possible?
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Feb26-10, 12:00 AM
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ok guys
suppose a body or something with radius of more than or equal to 3X10^8 meters is rotating at speed of 90 degree /sec : then a point at crust of top layer will travel at speed of 3√3 X10^8 m/s (using pythagoras theoram ) so have i done anything wrong please correct me ?
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Feb26-10, 03:51 PM
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Arithmetic may be correct, but it would be physically impossible.

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Feb26-10, 04:09 PM
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