Why do Moons revolve around planets? If because of gravitational pull, why won't they clash with planets. Please help me get answer to this question!?
officialmanojsh said:Angle depression of canon and force of which it shoots canon balls varies from ball a to b to c. Angle of depression of firing ball C is @horizontal line
Sorry, that's not how this site works (most of the time). We're here to help people understand physical concepts, and not being spoon-fed the answers is how people learn best. Getting there yourself is how you develop intuition.officialmanojsh said:It would be better if you finally say complete answer bro! ;)
It's the same in all three cases.officialmanojsh said:I hope I've got the answer. Hey Bannersnatch, is answer mass?
RUber said:I would argue that there would even be a case d where the moon goes off into space and does not come back.
RUber said:What force does velocity impart on an object?
That is the force that has to balance with gravity to keep it orbiting.