Posted by **Shaila** on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 2:42pm.

Explain how you can weigh a planet?

( Is it by the combination of the netwons law of univeral gravitation and keplers third law; t^2/r^3 = 4(pi)^2/G(Msun) )

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