Posted by **Steve** on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 9:06pm.

As part of a daring rescue attempt, the Millennium Eagle coasts between a pair of twin asteroids, as shown in the figure below where d1 = 2.97 km and d2 = 1.49 km. The mass of the spaceship is 2.57 107 kg and the mass of each asteroid is 3.15 1011 kg. If the Millennium Eagle is at rest at point A what is its speed at point B?

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