Does anyone know the formula to find launch speed?
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Jul 22, 2004 #2 arildno Science Advisor Homework Helper Gold Member Dearly Missed 9,970 132 Launch in order to do accomplish what?
Jul 22, 2004 #3 wilmerena 11 0 im sorry i think i got it. its of a projectile that rises vertically above the earth to an altitude equal to one earth radius is it: square root of: (Universal gravitational constant of earth) x (mass of earth) all divided by Radius of earth?
im sorry i think i got it. its of a projectile that rises vertically above the earth to an altitude equal to one earth radius is it: square root of: (Universal gravitational constant of earth) x (mass of earth) all divided by Radius of earth?
Jul 22, 2004 #4 faust9 691 1 [tex] v_{orbit}=\sqrt{\frac{Gm}{r}} [/tex] Where G is universal gravitational constant, m is mass of orbiting body, and r is radius between bodies.
[tex] v_{orbit}=\sqrt{\frac{Gm}{r}} [/tex] Where G is universal gravitational constant, m is mass of orbiting body, and r is radius between bodies.