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on: April 19, 2014, 02:21:37 pm » posted from:Tirana,Tirane,Albania

 1.  If :Two objects of the same mass are situated in diametrically opposite points of Earth’s surface to achieve the time to reach the Moon. These objects belong to the centers of the mentioned celestial bodies. Which of the objects weighs more?

2.  1.Determine the potential of the gravitational field at height 33600km. The radius of the Earth taken 6370km.  Huh Embarrassed Undecided Cry
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