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I Think It's Determined By Whatever Is The "force" Of Gravity

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on June 19, 2002 05:03:52 UTC

Terminal velocity refers to "falling" objects...
which means things that are not already being "pushed" faster than the terminal velocity determined by the gravity of that impact destination.
Meteors and light may be traveling faster than the terminal velocity when they arrive.

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