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Posted by Fernando on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 7:05pm.

A spaceship of mass m is located between two planets of masses M1 and M2; the distance between the two planets is L. Assume that L is much larger that the radius of either planet. What is the position of the spacecraft (given as a function of L, M1, and M2) if the net force on the spacecraft is zero?

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