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Xxx Trajectory in a gravitational field

by brupenney
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Nov27-10, 02:17 PM
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Hi. This problem is driving me nuts.
Assume an object is coming from infinity and passing by the sun 2 radiuses from its center. Using the speed of light and escape velocity alone, can you derive an equation describing the beam's path?

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