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Same as anywhere else. You can use the formula F = ma (force equals mass times acceleration) and solve for acceleration (a = F/m). Force might be gravitation, in specific cases - or the thrust from the rocket engine. Of course, SOME data must be known to figure out acceleration.

Same as anywhere else. You can use the formula F = ma (force equals mass times acceleration) and solve for acceleration (a = F/m). Force might be gravitation, in specific cases - or the thrust from the rocket engine. Of course, SOME data must be known to figure out acceleration.

Same as anywhere else. You can use the formula F = ma (force equals mass times acceleration) and solve for acceleration (a = F/m). Force might be gravitation, in specific cases - or the thrust from the rocket engine. Of course, SOME data must be known to figure out acceleration.

Same as anywhere else. You can use the formula F = ma (force equals mass times acceleration) and solve for acceleration (a = F/m). Force might be gravitation, in specific cases - or the thrust from the rocket engine. Of course, SOME data must be known to figure out acceleration.

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Same as anywhere else. You can use the formula F = ma (force equals mass times acceleration) and solve for acceleration (a = F/m). Force might be gravitation, in specific cases - or the thrust from the rocket engine. Of course, SOME data must be known to figure out acceleration.

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