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Dmitt

  • one year ago

In lecture 27, how did professor know the 1cm^2 tubing of air with height that reaches the top of atmosphere weigh only 1kg?

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  1. Festinger
    • one year ago
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    The pressure high up is lower. As to how they get that value, there are math that try to model this, plus NASA has data on such phenomena.

  2. Dmitt
    • one year ago
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    Okay

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