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Astronomy 150, Section 6 Homework 1 1.) The orbital period would be longer. Since the distance is twice as far, and the mass is half that of the moon’s then the pull of Swisscheese to earth would be less and it would take longer to orbit. 2.) 3 months 3.) All of the force of electromagnetic force is within the nucleus.
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Unformatted text preview: Therefore all of this force will affect the electrons and cause either a creation or breaking of chemical bonds. With gravity and strong and weak bonds the affect of these forces is so large in comparison to atoms that there is simply no affect to chemical bonds....
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