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Gravity And Stationary Objects

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Posted by M on October 27, 2005 13:24:27 UTC

A question which came up in my office:

If there are two objects, exerting gravitational forces on each other and are static with respect to each other.

If one object moves in an arc around the other for a fraction of a revolution, with the gravitational forces be affected during the movement?

Thanks for any responses.

ssushi

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