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Gravity - for each other of 100,000 N What is the new force...

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PHYSICS 103 Row ____ Names ________________________________________________________ 1) Two satellites in space are separated by a distance of 10 km and have a gravitational attraction for each other of 100,000 N. What is the new force of attraction if a distance of 5 km separates the same masses? 2) Two satellites in space are separated by a distance of 10 km and have a gravitational attraction
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Unformatted text preview: for each other of 100,000 N. What is the new force of attraction if the mass of one satellite is doubled and the mass of the other satellite is cut in half? 3) The gravitational attraction for a space probe is 180,000 N at the surface of Earth. What is this force when the space probe is halfway to the Moon? (The distance to the Moon is 60 times the radius of the Earth.)...
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