1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Part 1 You are traveling to Jupiter's moons:Ganymede and Callisto. You have to land on the slower moon before trying to accelerate to the faster moon. Which moon will you land on first? What must your velocity be in order to "catch up"(accelerate) to the faster moon? Part 2 Your spacecraft weights 2.04x10^6kg and the fluid friction from the slow moom is 500,000N. The Acceleration due to gravity is 1.3m/s^2. If it takes 30 mins to accelerate to the faster moon, how much thrust does the spacecraft exert? 2. Relevant equations G=6.67x10^-11m^3/kg^2 Ganymede: Mass=1.48x10^23kg, Semi-Major Axis=1,070,400km Callisto: Mass=1.076x10^23kg, Semi-Major Axis=1,882,700km 3. The attempt at a solution I used F=GMm/r^2 to find the pull between the two moons and Jupiter, and I think that the slower moon would be Callisto. But I don't think that's the right equation to use. And now I have no idea where to even start the other parts of the question.I really want to understand because I don't really get my teacher's explanation. So any help would be greatly appreciated.