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LILAMAYA MISHRA Grade: 12
        


An astronomer observes a very small moon


orbiting a planet and measures the moon’s


minimum and maximum distances from the


planet’s center and the moon’s maximum orbital


speed. Which of the following CANNOT be


calculated from these measurements?


(A) Mass of the moon


(B) Mass of the planet


(C) Minimum speed of the moon


(D) Period of the orbit



(E) Semimajor axis of the orbit

6 years ago

Answers : (1)

Sabhareesh R
32 Points
										

The minimum Speed of the moon cannot be calculated since it is revolving in an elliptical path

6 years ago
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