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Space station moves in a circular orbit of radius R = 7 × 106 m around the Earth. Define the station speed in km / s, if the mass of the Earth is 5,976 · 1024 kg, the gravitational constant equal to 6,672 · 10-11 N · m 2 / kg 2.

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(Chapter 3 - Dynamics theme - 13.1: Defining the parameters of curvilinear motion by the given forces) from the collection of short tasks on the theoretical mechanics Kep OE, JA Viba, OP Grapis, JA Svetinysh et al. Publishing Moscow / Graduate School / 1989, 2009, 2012.

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(Chapter 3 - Dynamics theme - 13.1: Defining the parameters of curvilinear motion by the given forces) from the collection of short tasks on the theoretical mechanics Kep OE, JA Viba, OP Grapis, JA Svetinysh et al. Publishing Moscow / Graduate School / 1989, 2009, 2012.

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