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If the space station is suddenly accelerated, it will leave the earth?

Asked by: Jones 216 views Internet April 4, 2019

For example, the speed of the space station is 136m/s, which can surround the earth. Suddenly, for some reason, the speed of the space station is increased by 50m/s. Will the space station slowly move away from the earth?

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  1. +3Votes  

    If the space station is suddenly accelerated, it will slowly move away from the earth;

    If the earth’s rotation suddenly becomes faster, the day on Earth will be shortened, and the objects on the earth will be shortened. The support will be greatly reduced, and even the objects on the earth will be thrown out, and the earth will fall apart and will no longer exist.

    1. According to T=1/f, the rotation of the earth suddenly becomes faster, f becomes larger, T becomes smaller, and the time on the earth becomes shorter.

    2. According to GMm/r^2=FN+m(2πf)^2r, the earth’s support for the object will become smaller. If the speed increases to FN=0, the object on the earth will be thrown out. The earth will collapse.

    Larry Ward- April 4, 2019 |

  2. +2Votes  

    It’s just that the speed is getting faster, and the trajectory has to be changed.

    Larry Morgan- April 4, 2019 |