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– 1 –Space Science (Physics 20D) Homework 2Professor Cooper (FRH 2123)Name:Student ID #:Always show your work and write legibly. Designate your final answers (when numeric) by circling/outliningthem. Staple all pages together. Do not attempt to fit your entire answer in the space available on this cover-page. This will result in a zero for the problem/assignment. Finally, all times (years, minutes, seconds, etc.)are given in Earth units, unless otherwise stated.Completed assignments may be turned in via the “Cooper” P20D drop-box located in the hallway areaoutside of FRH 4129.**As with all course material for Physics 20D (including online lecture notes), this homework is not to bereproduced, redistributed, or sold in any form.**1. The International Space Station orbits at an altitude of roughly 400 km. Assuming a circular orbit, whatis the orbital velocity of the ISS? What is the period of its orbit?2. For two moons (Moon A and Moon B) with the same mass, both in circular orbits about Mars, how many
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VirginaTrimble
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Work, International Space Station, Celestial mechanics, Space Station orbits, Physics 20D
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