What does europa's orbit feel like?
do electrons orbit the nucleus like plantes orbit the sun?
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If you want something to orbit the earth, then you have to throw it at superhuman speed. Actually, on roller coasters, you sometimes feel like you are floating out of your seat. If it wasn't for your seatbelt, you could've orbited the earth!
because you have no gravity
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There is gravity in space. How else would the planets stay in orbit? im learning about gravity right now in science class. astronauts feel weightless in space because they are at a constant state of free fall. the earths gravity has less effect on the astronaut in orbit. the gravitational pull is not as much in space, but there is gravity which causes the astronaut to feel weightless while in orbit.
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there are not reaction forces on them
i would like to orbit Saturn because are the rings on it like are they shinny or are they seethrew
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venus because the orbit is like a kind of oval and the other planets orbit looks straight
It is called an elliptical orbit.
The orbit shaped like an oblong. It is used for the planets to revolved around the sun.^_^
Neptune's orbit is more like Pluto's orbit, slightly tilted.
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An elliptical orbit is shaped like an oval, (oblong), it's not circular. Pluto has an elliptical orbit.
The orbit of a planet is commonly an ellipse.
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Mercury's orbit, like all planet's, is elliptical. The eccentricity of Mercury's orbit is 0.206
they are falling through space around earth
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I think you mean, :why does the orbit of satellites, etc. look like a sine wave? Well, every orbit around the earth looks like a circular (or elliptical ring) whose center (or focus) is at the center of the earth. An orbit exactly above the equator is one such orbit, but any orbit can be tilted as long as the center (or focus) stays at the earth's center and the whole orbit is flat like… Read More
An elliptical or elliptic orbit, the shape is an ellipsis Elliptical orbit if applicable.
The orbit of the Earth around the Sun is shaped most like an ellipse.
Centripetal force is the force necessary to apply to an object to get it to orbit; like spinning a rock on a string. It you are holding on to the string, you will feel a centrifugal force.
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About 100km, 63miles, or 330000 ft. into space you would feel weightlessness.
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Do astronauts in orbit around the earth experience the same gravitational force as they do on ground?
Yes, but they do not "feel" gravity, because they are falling - "free fall" in orbit around the Earth.
feel scared and might feel like you can get sick and feel like it is dangerous.
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That completely depends on the size of your orbit. -- If you're in "low Earth orbit", a few hundred miles above the surface, like the Hubble Space Telescope, the International Space Station, or an astronaut 'floating' around one of them, then the period of the orbit is around 90 minutes. -- If you're in a 22,000-mile orbit, like a geosynchronous satellite, then the period of the orbit is 24 hours. -- If you're in a… Read More
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it is like the moon the gravity keeps the satellite in orbit spinning around earth
It is a very eccentric elliptical orbit with the sun at one focus.
Like larger planets, dwarf planets also orbit the sun.
An elliptical orbit is a not exactly circle but like an oval or sphere shaped orbit which means going round in a sphere or an oval shape.
planets dont "switch" orbit, but there are those that orbit each other, and those, like mars, that have retrograde motion, which makes it appear to orbit backwards
Pluto, like most bodies in the solar system, has a prograde orbit (inclination: ~17° from the ecliptic). Its rotation is retrograde, though (inclined at ~120°).
it is an elongated elliptical orbit. to explain in easy terms it is like a stretched gasket.
Earth's orbit around the sun is shaped like a flattened oval.
no. orbit is when something goes around somehing else, like the earth going around the sun. rotation is when spins, like a top.
Planets orbit around their star; like Earth and the Sun. Satellites (moons) orbit around their planets; like the Moon and Earth.
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frogs feet feel like slime they kind of feel like gel
When spacecraft like the Hubble telescope enter a planet's orbit, it is lifted by a rocket. Once it enters the orbit, the rocket drops away and the spacecraft is projected through the planet's orbit.
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