Universal gravitation

United States, 1960

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Episode of Series “PSSC physics”
Defines the law of universal gravitation by visualising a solar system of one star and one planet. Demonstrates the kinematics and dynamics of planetary motion. Uses a digital computer to display satellite orbits.
Suitable for upper secondary level.

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Jack Churchill

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