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HSC Space dotpoints

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Notes cover each dot point in the HSC Syllabus for the Space topic (does not cover practicals as each school will perform slightly different investigations).

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HSC Space dotpoints
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Environment Physics Classical mechanics Gravitation General relativity Astrodynamics Celestial mechanics Escape velocity Orbit Mass Special relativity Weightlessness Gravity assist
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Topics this document covers:
Environment Physics Classical mechanics Gravitation General relativity Astrodynamics Celestial mechanics Escape velocity Orbit Mass Special relativity Weightlessness Gravity assist
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Define weight as the force on an object due to a gravitational field. F = mg , g = gravitational acceleration on the object due to presence of the gravitational field (ms-2) mass = quantity of matter in an object (kg) weight = force on an object within a gravitational field or force on a mass due to gravity (N) Gather secondary information to predict the value of acceleration due to gravity on other planets. Analyse information using the expression F = mg to determine the weight force for a body on Earth and for the same body on other planets. g = Gravitational acceleration = Gravitational field strength Weight force is created by the universal gravitational attraction force between object and the Earth. Fg = G Fg = Fw G 2 2 M = mass of the planet (kg) d = distance from the centre of the planet to the point at which g i...
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