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Gravity and Inertia
The forces acting on stars are gravitational and electromagnetic. Stars have charge and electromagnetic fields and charge generate forces, F=qE + qvxB. The so-called "dark (missing) matter in galaxies" is a manifestation of the electromagnetic forces on stars. Roughly a star with mass m in the galaxy, is acted on by the galactic magnetic field B. This is similar to the mass spectrometer. mv^2/r = qvB = qvuI/r = qvzI/cr Thus v=qzI/mc the velocity of v is independent of the radius and depeds on the charge to mass ration, q/m.
they two forces that are acting on the gases in the sun are megenetic feild pole and the ionized gas
Forces of gravity ( gravitational force) pulls the meteor to earth
Mainly gravity and air drag
Forces don't act on other forces - forces act on objects.
Gravity and inertia are the two forces that act on all matter in the universe. If there were only two stars in the universe and they were standing still, the force of gravity would cause them to eventually fall together and collide. But there are hundreds of billions of stars in the Milky Way alone, and billions of other galaxies out there, and NOTHING is standing still; everything is in motion. The primary forces that keep the stars from falling together is the rotation of the Milky Way; all the stars appear to orbit the center of the Milky Way.
Electrical forces act between separated charges.
Long range forces are forces that act over a long distance, like electric forces, magnetic forces, or gravity.Long range forces are forces that act over a long distance, like electric forces, magnetic forces, or gravity.Long range forces are forces that act over a long distance, like electric forces, magnetic forces, or gravity.Long range forces are forces that act over a long distance, like electric forces, magnetic forces, or gravity.
That depends. If no forces act on the object, it will. If forces do act on the objects, such forces may change the object's velocity.
No. When two forces act in the same direction, they can be added together. It is only when two identical forces act in opposite directions that they cancel each other out.
The would be balanced forces.
By the direction
Tension and compression are the two forces that act upon a bridge.
Action-Reaction forces act on all matter.
These forces may be either external or internal. As Surface forces act on the surface of the water body by direct contact.