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Chapter_13-pre-lecture - 1 2 3 Planets move in ellipses...

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1     
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2            
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3    
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4        Planets move in ellipses with the Sun at one focus. In this class, we do not derive why this follows from the Law of Gravitation. For the Earth’s orbit, assume circular motion.        The angular momentum is conserved in planetary motion.
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5         
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6       
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