Yes sir!Do we have to know the successful missions to space from a long time back?
Try to know the usefulness of those successful missions.
Was the vocab words related to the topics covered by the manual?Hello, I was taking a solar system test recently and realized that there are some important question about vocab, I didn't have any chance at this section.
I was wondering anybody had website with vocab terms?
How do I know which specific features (i.e caloris basin) are important to study?
This is based on a variation of Kepler's Third Law. The form to use is , where a is in AU, p is in year, and m and M are the masses of the bodies in solar masses. Based on this you should get solar masses.Hi, so I got put in this event right before state competition and I have a question from one of the practice questions that I don’t know how to do. Is there a way to do this with one of Kepler’s Laws?
You observe a binary system with a period of 32 years and an average separation of 16 AU. Star A is 12 AU away from the center of mass, and star B is 4 AU away from the center of mass. What is the total mass of this system, and what are the individual masses of star A and star B? Give your answer in solar masses.
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