# One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It

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One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It has been determined ...

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One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It has been determined ...

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One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It has been determined ...

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One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It has been determined ...

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One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It has been determined ...

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One problem encountered by developers of the space shuttle program is air pollution in the area surronding the launch site. Acertain direction from the launch site is considered critical in terms of hydrogen chloride pollution from the exhaust cloud. It has been determined ...

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During a launch of the shuttle, fuel is being burned at a rate of 2000 kg every second. the exhaust from the burning of this fuel is expelled by the engines and can be seen during the launch. readings from instruments mounted on the space shuttle show that for the first 2 min ...

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experiencing a constant horizontal 1.10 m/s wind, a hot air balloon ascends from the launch site at a constant vertical speed of 2.70 m/s. at a height of 202 m, the balloonist maintains constant altitude for 10.3 s before releasing a small sandbag. how far from the launch site...

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an observer stands 200 m from the launch site of a hot-air balloon. the balloon rises vertically at a constant rate of 4 m/s. how fast is the angle of elevation increasing 30 s after the launch.

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an observer stands 200 m from the launch site of a hot-air balloon. the balloon rises vertically at a constant rate of 4 m/s. how fast is the angle of elevation increasing 30 s after the launch.

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an observer stands 200 m from the launch site of a hot-air balloon. the balloon rises vertically at a constant rate of 4 m/s. how fast is the angle of elevation increasing 30 s after the launch.

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Marion is observing the launch of a space shuttle from the command center. When she first sees the shuttle, the angle of elevation to it is 16°. Later, the angle of elevation is 74°. If the command center is 1 mi from the launch pad, how far did the shuttle travel while ...

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An observer 2.5 miles from the launch pad of a space shuttle measures the angle of elevation to the base of the shuttle to be 25 degrees soon after lift off. How high is the shuttle at that instant? (Assume that the shuttle is still moving vertically)

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An observer 2.5 miles from the launch pad of a space shuttle measures the angle of elevation to the base of the shuttle to be 25 degrees soon after lift off. How high is the shuttle at that instant? (Assume that the shuttle is still moving vertically)

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A 5.0 kg shell is fired vertically upward. At its max height of 350.0 m, it explodes into 3 pieces. A 1.0 kg chunk lands 15.0 m away, 45 O due northeast from the launch site. A second 1.0 kg piece lands 25.0 m, 60 O south of east from the launch site. If all 3 pieces land at ...

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the solid fuel rocket boosters used to launch the space shuttle are able to lift the shuttle 45 kilometers above earths surface. During the 2.00 min that the boosters operate, the shuttle accelerates from rest to a speed of nearly 7.50 x 10^2 m/s. What is the magnitude of the ...

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The space shuttle has a mass of 2.0 × 106 kg. At lift-off the engines generate an upward force of 30 × 106 N. a. What is the weight of the shuttle? b. What is the acceleration of the shuttle when launched? c. The average acceleration of the shuttle during its 10 minute ...

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In a projectile motion, if we measure the maximum height h and horizontal range R (1) How to get launch angle θ in terms of h and R (2) A hobby rocket reaches a height of 72.3 m and lands 111 m from the launch point.What is the angle of launch? What is the launch speed?

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a model rocket shot up a to a point 20 m above the ground, hitting a smokestack, and then dropped straight down to a point 11 m from its launch site. Find to the nearest meter the total distance traveled from launch to touchdown

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How would I approach this problem? What formula would I use to answer each part? Thank you in advance for any guidance... As part of the launch of the space shuttle, solid-rocket boosters (SRBs) first take it to an altitude of 45.0 km while they accelerate it to a speed of ...

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A rescue team has to use a specially designed sling-shot to supply emergency medicine to a stranded hiker. The hiker's altitude above the ground is 320m and his horizontal distance from the launch site is 410m. The launching angle of the initial velocity is 68 degrees from the...

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(A) Identify how the gravitational potential energy changes as a shuttle takes off from the launch pad. (b) Explain the consequences to the space craft and its occupants if the shuttle is undergoing re-entry, and the angle of re-entry is significantly greater (steeper) than ...

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The five engines of the first stage of a launch vehicle provide a total thrust of 31.5 x 106 newtons to the space vehicle (launch vehicle and spacecraft). Assuming the acceleration is uniform, calculate the acceleration of the 2.764 x 106 kg space vehicle after lift-off. The ...

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What is the maximum total force exerted on a 78 kg astronaut by her seat during the launch of the Space Shuttle?

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What is the maximum total force exerted on a 71 kg astronaut by her seat during the launch of the Space Shuttle?

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Junes Verne in 1865 suggested sending people to the Moon by firing a space capsule from a 255 m long cannon with a launch speed of 11.42 km/s. What would have been the unrealistically large acceleration experienced by the space travelers during launch?

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Junes Verne in 1865 suggested sending people to the Moon by firing a space capsule from a 195 m long cannon with a launch speed of 12.78 km/s. What would have been the unrealistically large acceleration experienced by the space travelers during launch? ____ m/s^2

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After blast-off, a space shuttle climbs vertically and a radar-tracking dish, located 1000 meters from the launch pad, follows the shuttle. How fast is the radar dish revolving 10 sec after blast-off if at that time the velocity of the shuttle is 100 m/sec and the shuttle is ...

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A projectile is being launched from ground level with no air resistance. You want to avoid having it enter a temperature inversion layer in the atmosphere a height h above the ground. 1) What is the maximum launch speed you could give this projectile if you shot it straight up...

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A hobby rocket reaches a height of 72.3 m and lands 111 m from the launch point.What is the angle of launch? What is the launch speed?

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A catapult is tested by Roman legionnaires. They tabulate the results in a papyrus and 2000 years later the archaeological team reads (distances translated into modern units): Range = 0.3 km; angle of launch = π/3; landing height = launch height. What is the initial ...

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A boy uses a slingshot to launch a pebble straight up into the air. The pebble reaches a height of 29.0 m above the launch point 3.3 seconds later. Assume air resistance is negligible.

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Junes Verne in 1865 suggested sending people to the Moon by firing a space capsule from a 255 m long cannon with a launch speed of 11.42 km/s. What would have been the unrealistically large acceleration experienced by the space travelers during launch? Compare your answer with...

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Jules Verne in 1865 suggested sending people to the Moon by firing a space capsule from a 220-m-long cannon with a launch speed of 10.97 km/s. What would have been the unrealistically large acceleration experienced by the space travelers during launch? Compare your answer with...

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Aerial skiing involves speeding down a steep ramp that curves sharply upward at the end to launch the skiers into the air. Once airborne, the skier twists and turns in complex combinations to score points in the competition. Consider an aerial launch ramp that has a final ...

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Aerial skiing involves speeding down a steep ramp that curves sharply upward at the end to launch the skiers into the air. Once airborne, the skier twists and turns in complex combinations to score points in the competition. Consider an aerial launch ramp that has a final ...

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In the absence of air resistance two balls are thrown upward from the same launch point. Ball A rises to a maximum height above the launch point that is four times greater than that of ball B. The launch speed of ball A is _______ times greater than that of ball B. a)2 b)4 c)8...

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CATAPULT using a marsh-mellow to launch What techniques did you use to accurately launch your projectile? What variables impacted the launch and flight of your projectile?

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CATAPULT using a marsh-mellow to launch What techniques did you use to accurately launch your projectile? What variables impacted the launch and flight of your projectile?

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A horizontal spring with k=35N/m is compressed .085m and used to launch a .075kg marble. find the marble's launch speed. Repeat for a vertical launch.

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The launch site for trigon balloon co. is 250 ft above sea level. A hot air balloon is launched from the site and begins to rise at a rate of 110 ft/min. At the same time, another balloon 2200 ft above sea level begins to descend at a rate of 150 ft/min. A. How long will it be...

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A rocket is launched vertically into the air and is observed from a tower that is 1.5 km above the ground level. Soon after the launch the rocket is at an angle of 25 degrees. Later the rocket has climbed vertically a further 4 km and its angle of elevation from the tower is ...

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We fire a missile from ground level at 1750 ft/sec. at launch angle of 10 degrees. h(t) =-16t^2 + vot +h a. find a function for height as a function b. find a function for distance from launch point as a function of time. c. when will the missile reach max height? d. What is ...

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Your projectile launching system is partially jammed. It can only launch objects with an initial vertical velocity of 42.0 m/s, though the horizontal component of the velocity can vary. You need your projectile to land 211 m from its launch point. What horizontal velocity do ...

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A dynamite blast at a quarry launches a rock straight upward, and 2.0 s later it is rising at a rate of 15 m/s. Assuming air resistance has no effect on the rock, calculate its speed (a) at launch and (b)4.2 s after launch.

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A dynamite blast at a quarry launches a rock straight upward, and 2.0 s later it is rising at a rate of 15 m/s. Assuming air resistance has no effect on the rock, calculate its speed (a) at launch and (b)4.2 s after launch

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A dynamite blast at a quarry launches a rock straight upward, and 1.5 s later it is rising at a rate of 19 m/s. Assuming air resistance has no effect on the rock, calculate its speed (a) at launch and (b)4.6 s after launch.

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A dynamite blast at a quarry launches a rock straight upward, and 1.9 s later it is rising at a rate of 14 m/s. Assuming air resistance has no effect on the rock, calculate its speed (a) at launch and (b) 5.6 s after launch.

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A dynamite blast at a quarry launches a rock straight upward, and 2.2 s later it is rising at a rate of 17 m/s. Assuming air resistance has no effect on the rock, calculate its speed (a) at launch and (b)4.4 s after launch.

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During launches, rockets often discard unneeded parts. A certain rocket starts from rest on the launch pad and accelerates upward at a steady 3.50 m/s^2. When it is 255 m above the launch pad, it discards a used fuel canister by simply disconnecting it. Once it is disconnected...

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A cannon fires a shell straight upward; 2.4 s after it is launched, the shell is moving upward with a speed of 18 m/s. Assuming air resistance is negligible, find the speed (magnitude of velocity) of the shell at launch and 5.4 s after the launch. What is the velocity at ...

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Radius of earth 3,959 miles Space shuttle orbits 200 miles above earths Surface Space shuttle completes 220 degrees of a Revolution around earth in one day What is the average speed of the space Shuttle

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Radius of earth 3,959 miles Space shuttle orbits 200 miles above earths Surface Space shuttle completes 220 degrees of a Revolution around earth in one day What is the average speed of the space Shuttle

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A ball is thrown straight upward. At 6.30 m above its launch point, the ball’s speed is one-half its launch speed. What maximum height above its launch point does the ball attain?

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A ball is thrown straight upward. At 5.00 m above its launch point, the ball’s speed is one-half its launch speed. What maximum height above its launch point does the ball attain?

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A ball is thrown straight upward. At 4.36 m above its launch point, the ball's speed is one-half its launch speed. What maximum height above its launch point does the ball attain?

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A 0.145 kg baseball is thrown at a launch angle of 30° and strikes the ground at 18 m/s. How fast would it be moving when it reaches the ground if it's launch angle were 45°? Ignore air resistance. A. 340 m/s B. 210 m/s C. 16 m/s D. 18 m/s

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A(n) 57.3 kg astronaut becomes separated from the shuttle, while on a space walk. She finds herself 54.3 m away from the shuttle and moving with zero speed relative to the shuttle. She has a(n) 0.697 kg camera in her hand and decides to get back to the shuttle by throwing the ...

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An archaeologist has set up a dig at a newly discovered site. She and her team start excavating an area that is 36 feet by 24 feet. Because the scientists find many artifacts near the edges of this area, they decide to expand the dig. They add nine feet in all directions to ...

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Create a Topic Sentence where the blank space is. __________________________________________________________________. The goal of the Web Privacy Project is to make it simple for users to learn the privacy practices of a Web site and thereby decide whether to visit the site. ...

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A dynamite blast at a quarry launches a chunk of rock straight upward, and 2.3 s later it is rising at a speed of 18 m/s. Assuming air resistance has no effect on the rock, calculate its speed at (a) at launch and (b) 5.4 s after the launch.

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a launch window of 8:00 to 12:00. If t represents the launch time then what is an acceptable range of values for launch times? My thoughts are on this is that the scientist have a window of 4 hours which can include 8:00 and 12:00 but cannot exceed them. So time could be added...

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The 1994 Winter Olympics included the aerials competition in skiing. In this event skiers speed down a ramp that slopes sharply upward at the end. The sharp upward slope launches them into the air, where they perform acrobatic maneuvers. In the women's competition, the end of ...

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The space shuttle has a weight 2.00 x 10^7 N. The shuttle is accelerated upward at a rate of 5.50 m/s^2. What is the mass of the shuttle? What is the thrust (force) of the combined engines? What is the magnitude of the net force applied to the space shuttle?

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A 7600 rocket blasts off vertically from the launch pad with a constant upward acceleration of 2.25 and feels no appreciable air resistance. When it has reached a height of 560 , its engines suddenly fail so that the only force acting on it is now gravity.What is the maximum ...

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A 7600 rocket blasts off vertically from the launch pad with a constant upward acceleration of 2.25 and feels no appreciable air resistance. When it has reached a height of 560 , its engines suddenly fail so that the only force acting on it is now gravity.What is the maximum ...

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I launch a ball vertically precisely 8' in the air. Then I launch a ball vertically 10' in the air. How much longer will it take the ball to travel 10' versus 8'? Put differently, how much more time does it take the ball to go the 2' further (travelling up and returning down)?

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An object is thrown vertically and has an upward velocity of 18 m/s when it reaches one fourth of its maximum height above its launch point. What is the initial (launch) speed of the object?

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A 7500kg rocket blasts off vertically from the launch pad with a constant upward acceleration of 2.20m/s2 and feels no appreciable air resistance. When it has reached a height of 595m , its engines suddenly fail so that the only force acting on it is now gravity. [1]What is ...

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The 1994 Winter Olympics included the aerials competition in skiing. In this event skiers speed down a ramp that slopes sharply upward at the end. The sharp upward slope launches them into the air, where they perform acrobatic maneuvers. In the women's competition, the end of ...

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The 1994 Winter Olympics included the aerials competition in skiing. In this event skiers speed down a ramp that slopes sharply upward at the end. The sharp upward slope launches them into the air, where they perform acrobatic maneuvers. In the women's competition, the end of ...

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The 1994 Winter Olympics included the aerials competition in skiing. In this event skiers speed down a ramp that slopes sharply upward at the end. The sharp upward slope launches them into the air, where they perform acrobatic maneuvers. In the women's competition, the end of ...

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The 1994 Winter Olympics included the aerials competition in skiing. In this event skiers speed down a ramp that slopes sharply upward at the end. The sharp upward slope launches them into the air, where they perform acrobatic maneuvers. In the women's competition, the end of ...

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the space shuttle engines cause an upward force of 3 x 10 ^5 N to act on the shuttle. gravity pulls down on the shuttle with a force of 1.96 x 10^5 N. what is the net force on the shuttle? what is the direction of the net force?

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A rocket is launched straight up. At t seconds after being launched, its altitude is given by h = 4t^2 metres. You are on the ground 400 metres from the launch site, watching the rocket. The line of sight from you to the rocket makes an angle theta radians with the horizontal...

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A group of engineering students constructs a slingshot to launch water balloons. The angle of launch is 30° and the initial velocity of the balloon is 14 m/s. The students launch a balloon from the roof of a building and the balloon lands 42 m away from the building. How tall...

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A group of engineering students constructs a slingshot to launch water balloons. The angle of launch is 30° and the initial velocity of the balloon is 14 m/s. The students launch a balloon from the roof of a building and the balloon lands 42 m away from the building. How tall...

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so I got a question about projectile motion take the example of shooting of a plastic air rocket into the air and asked to predict its landing point and how high it goes... ok I know how to do this... the thing is now were not neglecting air resistence and I don't know what to...

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Can someone help me get started on this problem? A launcher fires a projectile with a velocity of 6.31m/s. Determine the horizontal distance of the projectile (in the air) at 5 degrees. Recalculate this distance at 10, 15, 20.... (5 degree increments) up to 90 degrees (at ...

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For a given launch velocity, at which launch angle does the projectile undergo the maximum horizontal displacement?

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For a given launch velocity, at which launch angle does the projectile undergo the maximum horizontal displacement? A. 35° B. 45° C. 75° D. 80° E. 90°

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The space shuttle environmental control system handles excess CO2 (which the astronauts breathe out; it is 4.0% by mass of exhaled air) by reacting it with lithium hydroxide, LiOH, pellets to form lithium carbonate, Li2CO3 , and water. If there are four astronauts on board the...

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A recording camera is located 2500 feet from the launch pad for recording a rocket launch. As the rocket lifts off, the angle of elevation of the camera increases 4 degrees per second while recording the launch. Find the instantaneous velocity and acceleration of the rocket at...

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25. The Great Pyramids weigh 6x10^9 kilograms. The Space Shuttle weighs 2x10^6 kilograms. How many times heavier are the Pyramids than the Space Shuttle? A.The Pyramids are 3 times heavier than the space shuttle. B.The pyramids are 30 times heavier than the Space shuttle. C....

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Right after clearing the launch tower, the space shuttle is accelerating upward at 6 m/s/s. Calculate the net force on an 80 kg astronaut during this acceleration and the force that the seat must exert on the astronaut during this acceleration.

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Right after clearing the launch tower, the space shuttle is accelerating upward at 6 m/s/s. Calculate the net force on an 80 kg astronaut during this acceleration and the force that the seat must exert on the astronaut during this acceleration.

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A space station has the form of a hoop of radius R = 15 m, with mass M = 6000 kg. Initially its center of mass is not moving, but it is spinning slowly with angular speed ù0 = 0.0018 radians/s.Then a small package of mass m = 5 kg is thrown by a spring-loaded gun toward a ...

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the space shuttle does one full orbit every 90 minutes and the earth is 25,000 miles around. What is the apparent speed of the space shuttle?

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You shoot an arrow into the air. Two seconds later (2.00 {\rm s}) the arrow has gone straight upward to a height of 32.0 m above its launch point. What is the initial velocity and how long did it take for the arrow to reach 16.0 m above the launch point?

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You shoot an arrow into the air. Two seconds later (2.00 {\rm s}) the arrow has gone straight upward to a height of 32.0 m above its launch point. What is the initial velocity and how long did it take for the arrow to reach 16.0 m above the launch point?

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You shoot an arrow into the air. Two seconds later (2.00 {\rm s}) the arrow has gone straight upward to a height of 32.0 m above its launch point. What is the initial velocity and how long did it take for the arrow to reach 16.0 m above the launch point?

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I am definitely lost on this problem. Can someone help me out? A(n) 51.3 kg astronaut becomes separated from the shuttle, while on a spacewalk. She finds herself 50.3 m away from the shuttle and moving with zero speed relative to the shuttle. She has a(n) 0.537 kg camera in ...

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The 1994 Winter Olympics included the aerials competition in skiing. In this event skiers speed down a ramp that slopes sharply upward at the end. The sharp upward slope launches them into the air, where they perform acrobatic maneuvers. In the women's competition, the end of ...

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what is the speed needed to launch a space crop in outer space?

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During a space shuttle landing, a parachute deploys from the back of the shuttle as it taxis down the runway. In addition to the speed brake, the parachute helps the shuttle come to a complete stop. How does the parachute help during this process? A. It increases the weight of...

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The Spent Rocket Parts: During launches, rockets often discard parts. A certain rocket starts from rest on the launch pad and accelerates upward at a steady 3.3 m/s2. When it is 235 m above the launch pad, the rocket discards a used fuel canister by simply disconnecting it. ...

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