Engineering Mechanics - DynamicsChapter 13Eq.13-20 giveshvpr=h35.44109×m2s=Thus, applying Eq.13-31 we haveTπhrb+()=T5.527103×s=The time required for the rocket to go from A'to B(half the orbit) is given bytT2=t46.1 min=Problem 13-123A satellite Stravels in a circular orbit around the earth. A rocket is located at the apogee of its ellipticalorbit for which the eccentricity is e. Determine the sudden change in speed that must occur at Asothat the rocket can enter the satellite’s orbit while in free flight along the blue elliptical trajectory. Whenit arrives at B, determine the sudden adjustment in speed that must be given to the rocket in order to
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circular orbit, R0, blue elliptical trajectory