# Suppose you wanted to be able to see astronauts on the moon. What is the smallest diameter of the objective lens required to resolve a 0.61 m object on the moon?

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Suppose the moon rotated on its axis just as quickly as Earth. Would you still always see the same side of the moon from Earth? *HELP ME PLEASE*

2. ## AP physics

suppose that the surface (radius=r) of the space station is rotating at 35.8 m/s. what must be the value of r for the astronauts to weigh one-half their earth weight?

3. ## Language Arts

Read the excerpt from Team Moon. The heavier the spacecraft, the harder it is to launch. And fuel is heavy. So it was critical to pinpoint the fuel needed, add a cushion, then take no more than necessary. But now, because the landing was taking far longer

4. ## physics

On the Apollo 14 mission to the moon, astronaut Alan Shepard hit a golf ball with a golf club improvised from a tool. The free-fall acceleration on the moon is 1/6 of its value on earth. Suppose he hits the ball with a speed of 25 m/s at an angle of 28°

The Moon has a diameter of about 3480 km and an orbital radius of about 384 400 km from the centre of Earth. Suppose that the Moon is directly overhead. What is the measure of the angle subtended by the diameter to the Moon as measured by an astronomer on

6. ## Physics

a lunar landing module is descending to the moon's surface at a steady velocity of 10 m/s. At a height of 120m, a small object falls from its landing gear. Taking the moon's gravitational acceleration as 1.6m/s^2, at what speed, in m/s, does the object

7. ## Science

which of the following statements is true as the moon goes from new moon to full moon phase? (2 points) A:We see more of the lighted side of the moon B:We see less of the lighted side of the moon C:The time it takes to go from new moon to full moon is 2

8. ## Physics

while on the moon, the Apollo astronauts enjoyed the effect of a gravity much smaller than that on earth. if Neil Armstrong jumped up on the moon with an initial speed of 1.51 m/s to a height of 0.700m, what amount of gravitational acceleration did he

9. ## physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.4 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

10. ## Science

Suppose a person built a sandcastle of moon sand on the moon. What would that person find there a month later? A. The sandcastle would have grown larger by collecting more sand particles because moon sand is blown by wind. B. The sandcastle would be much

11. ## science

How does gravity affect the moon? a) it pulls the moon toward earth b) it pushes the moon away from earth c) t allows the moon to move in a straight line d) it keeps the moon from colliding with the sun

12. ## science

Suppose the moon rotated on it axis just as quickly as Earth. Would you still always see the same side of the moon from Earth? *PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS QUESTION*

13. ## English: thx if u help :)

Read the excerpt from Team Moon. The heavier the spacecraft, the harder it is to launch. And fuel is heavy. So it was critical to pinpoint the fuel needed, add a cushion, then take no more than necessary. But now, because the landing was taking far longer

14. ## science

which of the following would happen to the moon if gravity no longer affected it ? a) the moon would continue to move on it's orbital path b) the moon stop moving all together c) the moon would move in a spiral toward earth d) the moon would move in a

15. ## Science

When the Moon is between the Earth and the Sun, how is the Moon most likely seen? A) New Moon B) Full Moon C) Half Moon D) Quarter Moon

16. ## physics

Whenever two Apollo astronauts were on the surface of the Moon, a third astronaut orbited the Moon. Assume the orbit to be circular and 720 km above the surface of the Moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is 0.839 m/s2. The radius of the Moon is

17. ## physics

On the way to the moon, the Apollo astronauts reach a point where the Moon’s gravitational pull is stronger than that of Earth’s. Find the distance of this point from the center of the Earth. The masses of the Earth and the Moon are 5.98 × 1024 kg and

Which detail supports the main idea that microgravity weakens astronauts' bones? A) astronauts grow 1-3 inches taller B) Astronauts' legs become thins and sticklike C) astronauts lose 10 percent of their bone tissue after several months without gravity D)

19. ## physics

On the way from a planet to a moon, astronauts reach a point where that moon’s gravitational pull transitions from being weaker than that of the planet to being stronger than that of the planet. The masses of the planet and the moon are, respectively,

20. ## Science

5) The tendency of two masses alone in the universe to drift together is a result of A) fission.

21. ## Science/Math

The revolution of the moon around the earth makes the moon appear as if it is changing shape. From Earth we see the moon grow from a thin crescent to a full moon, and then shrink back to a thin crescent again. The phases of the Moon depend on its position

22. ## Science

Suppose the Moon rotated on its axis just as quickly as Earth. Would we still always see the same side of the Moon from Earth? Explain.

23. ## Physics

Whenever two Apollo astronauts were on the surface of the Moon, a third astronaut orbited the Moon. Assume the orbit to be circular and 160 km above the surface of the Moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is 1.42 m/s2. The radius of the Moon is 1.70

24. ## physics

Astronauts on our moon must function with an acceleration due to gravity of 0.170g . A. If an astronaut can throw a certain wrench 14.0 { m} vertically upward on earth, how high could he throw it on our moon if he gives it the same starting speed in both

A solar eclipse can ONLY occur when the moon is in which phase? A) New Moon B) Full Moon C) Quarter Moon D) Crescent Moon A?

26. ## Science

Suppose the moon rotated on its axis just as quickly as earth. Would you still see the same side of the moon from earth? Please help!

27. ## math

On the surface of the moon, the astronauts weight is 128 newtons. What is the moon's gravitational constant?

28. ## Physics

Whenever two Apollo astronauts were on the surface of the Moon, a third astronaut orbited the Moon. Assume the orbit to be circular and 400 km above the surface of the Moon. At this altitude, the free-fall acceleration is 1.11 m/s2. The radius of the Moon

29. ## physics

While on the moon, the apollo astronauts enjoyed the effects on gravity so much smaller then that ont he earth. If neil armstrong jumped up on the moon with the initial speed

30. ## physics

Lunar astronauts placed a reflector on the Moon’s surface, off which a laser beam is periodically reflected. The distance to the Moon is calculated from the round trip time. The taken for the laser pulse to travel there and back again can be measured to

31. ## science

the tracks of the astronauts who landed on the moon are still there in the dust and show no signs of being worn away.this is attruted to the lack of atmosphere on the moon. which of the following best accounts for the lack of atmosphere.

32. ## science

Please help me out! 8. Which of the following motions causes day and night? The sun's movements in the sky Earth's revolution around the sun Earth's movements in space Earth's rotation on its axis**** 10. Why can you never see the far side of the moon from

33. ## physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.4 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

34. ## Science

What would happen to the moon if gravity no longer effected it A. The moon would continue to run around on its orbital path B. The moon was stopped moving all together C. The moon can move in a spiral towards Earth D. The moon can move in a straight line

35. ## physics

Two astronauts, each having a mass of 78.5 kg, are connected by a 10.0-m rope of negligible mass. They are isolated in space, moving in circles around the point halfway between them at a speed of 5.50 m/s. Treating the astronauts as particles, calculate

36. ## science gravity

which of the following would happen to the moon if gravity no longer affected it ? a) the moon would continue to move on it's orbital path b) the moon stop moving all together c) the moon would move in a spiral toward earth d) the moon would move in a

37. ## Science

The diagram below shows positions of the Moon as it orbits the Earth. Half of the Moon's surface is lit by sunlight no matter what the Moon's position. But the amount of the lit surface visible from Earth varies with the Moon's position. Examine the

38. ## Physics

Suppose the surface (radius = r) of the space station in the figure is rotating at 38.6 m/s. What must be the value of r for the astronauts to weigh one-half of their earth-weight?

39. ## Physics

Suppose the surface (radius = r) of the space station in the figure is rotating at 38.6 m/s. What must be the value of r for the astronauts to weigh one-half of their earth-weight?

40. ## SCIENCE

The tracks of the astronauts who landed on the moon are still there in the dust and show no signs of being worn away. This is attributed to the lack of atmosphere on the moon. Which of the following best accounts for the lack of atmosphere? 1)the moon's

41. ## physics

Suppose that three astronauts outside a spaceship decide to play catch. All the astronauts weigh the same on Earth and are equally strong. The first astronaut throws the second astronaut toward the third one and the game begins. Describe the motion of the

42. ## Physics

Lunar astronauts placed a reflector on the Moon’s surface, off which a laser beam is periodically reflected. The distance to the Moon is calculated from the round trip time. The taken for the laser pulse to travel there and back again can be measured to

43. ## physics

Why can astronauts jump higher on the surface of the moon than on the surface of the earth? Is it because their legs are stronger? Has the amount of "body matter," i.e., "mass" changed? Do they weigh less on the moon than on earth? Why

44. ## Physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.6 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

45. ## Science

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.1 m above the surface of the moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

46. ## physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.4 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

47. ## Physics (very long question)

Two astronauts (Fig. P8.68), each having a mass of 84.0 kg, are connected by a 10.0 m rope of negligible mass. They are isolated in space, moving in circles around the point halfway betwen them at a speed of 5.80 m/s. Treating the astronauts as particles,

48. ## science

Suppose the moon rotated on it axis just as quickly as Earth. Would you still always see the same side of the moon from Earth? *PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS QUESTION*

49. ## Physics

A satellite is placed between the Earth and the Moon, along a straight line that connects their centers of mass. The satellite has an orbital period around the Earth that is the same as that of the Moon, 27.3 days. How far away from the Earth should this

50. ## science

1. What is the alignment of the Earth, moon, and sun during a lunar eclipse? A)Earth, sun, moon B)Earth, moon, sun C)Sun, Earth, moon** D)Sun, moon, Earth I know that for a lunar eclipse the earth is in the middle, so i just wanted to double check 2.A

51. ## science double check answers

1. What is the alignment of the Earth, moon, and sun during a lunar eclipse? A)Earth, sun, moon B)Earth, moon, sun C)Sun, Earth, moon** D)Sun, moon, Earth I know that for a lunar eclipse the earth is in the middle, so i just wanted to double check 2.A

52. ## physics

On the Apollo 14 mission to the moon, astronaut Alan Shepard hit a golf ball with a golf club improvised from a tool. The free-fall acceleration on the moon is 1/6 of its value on earth. Suppose he hit the ball with a speed of 25 m/s at an angle 24 ∘

53. ## Physics

Suppose you wanted to be able to see astronauts on the moon. What is the smallest diameter of the objective lens required to resolve a 0.61 m object on the moon?

54. ## science

The pull of gravity keeps the Moon in orbit around Earth. The distance between the Earth and Moon is about 380,000 kilometers. A crew of astronauts leaves Earth on a Monday and lands on the Moon on a Thursday. They land on the side of the Moon facing away

55. ## science

a crew of astronauts leaves earth on a Monday , lands on the moon on a Thursday. they and on the side of the moon facing away from the earth. on what day would the astronauts be able to see earth from the moon, explain

56. ## science

When astronauts travel into space, they can still see Earth and the moon. why is this possible? A. The sun shines in the windows of their space vehicle. B. They view earth and moon through a telescope. C. The sun's light reflects off earth and the moon. D.

57. ## Science

The tracks of the astronauts who landed on the moon are still there in the dust and show no signs of being worn away. This is attruted to the lack of atmosphere on the moon. Which of the following best accounts for the lack of atmosphere. 1)the moon's weak

58. ## english

please organize these into a paragraph ;astronaauts supposed to rest for eight hours, but too excited to rest ;astronauts easily hopped high because moon has less gravity than earth ;opened spaceship door 61/2 hours after landing ;brought back to earth

59. ## physics

whenever two Apollo astronauts were on the surface of the moon, a third astronaut orbited the moon, assume the orbit to be circular and 100 km above the surface of the moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is 1.52 m/s^2. the radius of the moon is

60. ## physics

whenever two Apollo astronauts were on the surface of the moon, a third astronaut orbited the moon, assume the orbit to be circular and 100 km above the surface of the moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is 1.52 m/s^2. the radius of the moon is

61. ## physics

Whenever two Apollo astronauts were on the surface of the Moon, a third astronaut orbited the Moon. Assume the orbit to be circular and 720 km above the surface of the Moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is 0.839 m/s2. The radius of the Moon is

62. ## astronomy

Astronauts on the Moon look back at Earth, a distance of about 400,000 km away. If the cities of Washington, D.C. and New York are separated by 300 km, what will be the angle between them when viewed from the Moon?

63. ## Physics

A laser beam of light csn be bouncedoff the Moon (from a special mirror left there by astronauts). The light travels there and back in 2.6 seconds. What is the distance to the Moon?

65. ## science

vehicle that took the first astronauts to the moon

66. ## Science question.

what kind of data have astronauts be able to collect on the moon?

67. ## Science

Did Apollo astronauts contributed to our knowledge of the moon's structure?

68. ## Math

Can someone please help me set this up. I didn't quite understand how to do this today. Before leaving Earth, the mass of an astronaut is measured to be 60kg. The astronaut lands on the Moon and measures the acceleration of gravity to be 1.6 m/s2(squared).

69. ## english

please organize these notes into a paragraph ;traveled 24,300 mph ;on landing, armstrong's heart rate 156 beats per minute ;lunar module eagle carried armstrong and aldrin to moon's surface ;three astronauts michael collins,neil armstrong, edwin aldrin

70. ## physics

Suppose that the attraction between the moon and the earth were due to Coulomb forces rather than gravitational force. What would be the magnitude of the charge required if equal but opposite charges resided on both earth and moon? Mass of earth =

71. ## Science

Hey! so, I was just wondering if someone could check a few of my answers. 1. during what phase of the moon can a lunar eclipse occur? A. New moon B. First Quarter C. Waxing gibbous D. Full moon* 2. Which of the following is the smallest possible amount of

72. ## ap physics c

Hi! I am struggling with this problem-- any help would be much appreciated-- thank you astronauts on their way to the moon reach a point --> at this point, the moon's gravitational pull becomes stronger than the earth's gravitational pull-----find the

73. ## Physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.1 m above the surface of the moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.62 m/s^2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

74. ## Physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.3 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

75. ## Physics

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.1 m above the surface of the moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

76. ## physics

The acceleration due to the moon's gravity at its surface is less than what it is here on the surface of the earth. The computed value of 1.6 m/s2 is consistent with what the Apollo Program astronauts observed during their explorations there. Imagine an

77. ## Precalc(attn Bobpursley)

Hi i posted this before but I wanted to ask Bobpursley a few questions on his reply 1)For the first function you used cosine when they ask for sin, why is that? Also why did you put .5 in the beginning and end of the function? 2)For the second question why

Before electricity, nights in towns and fields were often times pitch black, except when there was a full moon. How many times brighter is the noonday sun than the full moon when the moon is at the closest point to the earth? Model the moon as a sphere of

79. ## government

How did different factors (size, type, slavery) impact the designing of the constitution? How can I answer it? What size and type mean? I have no idea. I think the terms, size and type, refer to the sizes of the colonial populations and the governments of

80. ## Physics

Calculate the weight of an astronaut whose mass (including spacesuit)is 72kg on the surface of the moon? What is the astronauts weight on Earth? Comment on the difference

81. ## Physics

Many astronomers argue that the Earth and Moon should be considered a double planet,since the gravitational force by the sun on the Moon is approximately as big as that by the Earth on the moon.Using the data below for the Earth and Moon at the particular

82. ## physics

suppose the experiment was conducted on the surface of the moon of about 1-6th that of the earth. If a single period takes exactly 1.00 second, how long does a period take on the moon ?

83. ## Science

*NEED HELP ASAP* TIA Hi everyone! If you could help me I would really like that! Question: Suppose the moon rotated on its axis just as quickly as Earth. Would you still always see the same side of the moon from Earth?

84. ## urgent physics help

when the full moon directly overhead the angle from one edge of the moon to the other is measured to be 0.6970 if the diameter of the moon is 3650 km how far is it from the moon

85. ## science

When a space shuttle was launched, the astronauts on board experienced an acceleration of 19.0 m/s2. If one of the astronauts had a mass of 60.0 kg, what net force in newton’s did the astronaut experience? Be sure to include your units.

86. ## Physics

The Moon causes tides because the gravitational force it exerts differs between the side of the Earth nearest the Moon and that farthest from the Moon. Find the difference in the accelerations toward the Moon of objects on the nearest and farthest sides of

87. ## WSU PHY

The Moon causes tides because the gravitational force it exerts differs between the side of the Earth nearest the Moon and that farthest from the Moon. Find the difference in the accelerations toward the Moon of objects on the nearest and farthest sides of

88. ## geology

When astronauts brought back rock samples from the Moon, the minerals present were mostly the same as those found on Earth. Can you think of reasons why this might be so? Would you expect minerals on Mars or Venus to be the same, or at least very similar,

89. ## physics-rotational dynamics

Two astronauts, each having a mass of 75.0 kg, are connected by a 10.0 m rope of negligible mass. THey are isolated in space,orbiting their center of mass at speeds of 5.00 m/s. calculate A)magnitude of the angular momentum of the system by treating

90. ## Physics

On July 19, 1969, Apollo II's orbit around the moon was adjusted to an average height of 188 kilometers above the moon's surface. The radius of the moon is 1810 kilometers, and the mass of the moon is 7.3 x 1022 kilograms. a. At what speed did it orbit the

91. ## Science

Suppose the moon were closer to Earth. How would the force of gravity between Earth and the moon be different?

92. ## PHYSICS HELP!!

(a) Suppose 10 astronauts are sent to Mars and then back to Earth. The average power usage of each astronaut is 10,000,000 joules per day. What is the average power usage of each astronaut in watts and horsepower? (b) It will take approximately 2 years for

93. ## PHYSICS!!

(a) Suppose 10 astronauts are sent to Mars and then back to Earth. The average power usage of each astronaut is 10,000,000 joules per day. What is the average power usage of each astronaut in watts and horsepower? (b) It will take approximately 2 years for

94. ## Physics

I'm having trouble setting up/solving this physics problem? Can someone please help me? Thank you. A 4700 kg lunar lander is in orbit 45 km above the surface of the moon. It needs to move out to a 340-km-high orbit in order to link up with the mother ship

95. ## Physics

Suppose the surface (radius = r) of the space station in the figure is rotating at 38.6 m/s. What must be the value of r for the astronauts to weigh one-half of their earth-weight?

96. ## Science

Compare an astronauts weight in orbit with the astronauts weight on Earth, assuming the mass of the astronaut doesn't change.

97. ## Science

Compare an astronauts weight in orbit with the astronauts weight on Earth, assuming the mass of the astronaut doesn't change.

98. ## Physics Help

What is the angular momentum of the Moon in its orbit around Earth? I assume I need the mass of the moon, radius of the moon, and angular velocity of the moon. Found those on google, plugged them into my formula (Iw) and got the wrong answer...

99. ## Astronomy

Only one side of the moon is visible from Earth because... A. the moon does not rotate on its axis. B. the moon does not revolve around Earth. C. the moon rotates faster than it revolves. D. the moon revolves once and rotates once in the same period of

100. ## science

the best explanation of why the Moon appears to change shape throughout the month is •from Earth's perspective, we see varying amounts of the illuminated part of the Moon. • the Moon is revolving around the Earth** • from a bird's eye view, the Moon