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Binding Energy and Satellites
Binding Energy and Satellites
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Escape Speed
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Earth Satellites
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Orbital Velocity
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Geostationary Satellite - Medium
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Energy of an Orbiting Satellite
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Geostationary and Polar Satellites
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Escape velocity and its magnitude
8 mins
Critical velocity (orbital speed)
8 mins
Problems Based on Escape Velocity
11 mins
Introduction To Satellite
10 mins
Time period of satellite
8 mins
Condition for trajectories of projected bodies
7 mins
Geostationary satellite
7 mins
Total Energy and Binding Energy of Satellite
5 mins
Types of satellite
5 mins
Polar satellite
4 mins
Quick Summary With Stories
Escape Velocity and its Magnitude
4 mins read
Introduction to Satellites.
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Types of Satellite
3 mins read
Introduction To Time Period and Velocity of Satellite
3 mins read
Orbital Velocity
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Condition for Trajectories of Projected Bodies
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Geostationary Satellite
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Conservation of Angular Momentum for Masses in Orbit
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Polar Satellites
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Important Questions
What is the minimum energy required to launch a satellite of mass m from the surface of a planet of mass M and radius R in a circular orbit at an altitude of 2R?
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A geostationary satellite is orbiting the earth at a height
$6R$
above the earth's surface, where
$R$
is radius of earth. The time period of another satellite at a height
$2.5R$
from earth's surface would be:
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What is escape velocity? Obtain an expression for it.Â
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The ratio of escape velocity at earth
$(v_{e})$
to the escape velocity at a planet
$(v_{p})$
whose radius and mean density are twice as that of earth is:
Medium
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Two satellites
$A$
and
$B$
go round the planet
$P$
in circular orbits having radii
$4R$
and
$R$
respectively. If the speed of the satellite
$A$
is
$3v$
, then the speed of satellite
$B$
will be
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The radii of circular orbits of two satellites A and B of the earth are 4R and R, respectively. if the speed of satellite A is 3v, then the speed of satellite B will be:
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An artificial satellite moving in circular orbitÂ around the earth has a total
$($
kinetic + potential
$)$
energy
$E_{0}$
. Its potential energy and kineticÂ energy respectively are
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The period of revolution of planet A around the sun is
$8$
times that of B. The distance of A from the sun is how many times greater than that of B from the sun?
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A stellite of mass m is orbiting the earth (of radius
$R$
) at a height
$h$
from its surface. The total energy of the stellite in terms of
$g_{0}$
, value of acceleration due to gravity at the earth's surface, is
Medium
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A satellite orbits the earth at a height of 400 km above the surface. How muchÂ energy must be expended to rocket the satellite out of the earth's gravitationalÂ influence? Mass of the satellite
$=200Âkg$
; mass of the earth
$=6.0Ã—10_{24}Âkg$
; radius ofÂ the earth
$=6.4Ã—10_{6}m$
; G =
$6.67Ã—10_{âˆ’11}ÂNm_{2}kg_{âˆ’2}$
.
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