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Determine
the escape velocity at a location 2.5*10^4km from the surface of Jupiter

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  1. 1/2 mv^2=mgh
    Vescape= sqrt (2gh) but g=GMj/d^2 so...
    Vescape=sqrt(2GMj/h)

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