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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

How would you draw a motion diagram for a space shuttle that orbits the sun in a circular orbit, completing one revolution in 90 minutes?

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    draw a little shuttle and going in a circle..?

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    Just pointing out: I think orbiting the sun in 90 minutes means either you're orbiting prolly close to the speed of light 3e8 m/s or faster, or you're orbiting INSIDE the sun.

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