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- Linear wave theory
- In shallow water, the motions are not elliptical, but linear. The orbital diameter and velocity (each of which only has a horizontal component) become. khHdd.
- Linear transition ripple migration and wave orbital velocity skewness
- with nearbed wave orbital velocity skewhess in both cross--shore directions.
- Revisiting the Michelson and Morley experiment to reveal an Earth
- Orbital Velocity (EOV) of 5 to 7.
- Everything from Velocity, Seasons, Tides
- Orbital velocity is the speed at which a planetary body moves in its orbit around another body. If orbits were circular, this velocity would be constant.
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- Siberian illnesses 'not linked' to spacecraft crash
- carrier rocket blasted off from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan and was scheduled to separate at 5:09 pm Moscow time [13:09 GMT]. The source said the engine failure made it impossible for the spacecraft to achieve the required orbital velocity.
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- Orbital velocity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The phrase orbital velocity is used for the orbital speed of a body in gravitational field.
- Orbital speed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Not to be confused with Escape Velocity.
- Earth orbit velocity - hyperphysics
- Earth Orbit Velocity. The velocity of a satellite in circular orbit around the Earth depends upon the radius of the orbit and the acceleration of gravity at the orbit.
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