Article #1 - Akash Dalsania Franzese Planet Earth 16 March...

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Akash Dalsania Franzese Planet Earth 16 March 2011 Article Summary The problem that is addressed in this article deals with a very complicated scientific occurrences. It describes how the motion of objects/rockets in space change because of the sun, earth, and the moon. Because of gravitational pulls by massive objects in space the path of rockets and moving objects can change drastically. Although we know for sure that gravity effects the motion of a certain object it is hard to point out which gigantic body in space causes the motion of the object. Is it the Earth, moon, sun, or even other planets and objects? This problem states many mathematical equations to try to explain what is happening to an object that leaves the earth and reaches the moon. The article states very specific details for the object such as a speed, thrust power, size, etc. Then it states and gives calculations and proof of how to solve/approximate for the gravitational pulls of the moon, sun, and earth. A specific example used by the researchers includes a space craft
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2011 for the course ECON 0146010010 taught by Professor Allisonfranzese during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Article #1 - Akash Dalsania Franzese Planet Earth 16 March...

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