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Posted by Technoboi11 on Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 1:09am. Zero, a hypothetical planet, has a mass of 1.0x10^23 kg, a radius of 3.0x10^6 m, and no atmosphere. A 10 kg space probe is to be launched vertically from its surface.
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