Asked Oct 26, 2019

An asteroid has a mass of 3.66 × 10kg and a radius of 8.2 × 10m. If a 25 kg mass is dropped from 10 m above the “ground” of the asteroid, how long will it take the mass to fall to the ground?


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The acceleration due ...

0036 m/s

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Gm (6.67x10*)(3.66x10) (8.2x10') 0036 m/s


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