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This applet created by Prof Hwang
The applet shows trajectories for 12 particles with different cases:
1. All starts at the same location, but different initial velocity
2. All starts with the same velocity, but from different location (r)
3. All starts with the same angular moment umm (r*v=constant), but from different location (r)
Orginal project:Trajectories for kepler motion

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