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posted by nichole .
with earths mass 6 x 10^24 kg and radius6.38 x 10^6, how does the inversesquare law show that in space shuttle territory, 200 km above earths surface, the force of gravity is about 94% that at Earths surface

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bobpursley
what is (RadiusEarth/(radiusEarth+200km))^2
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