This is really quite tricky because it’s very hard to get them to accept that the mass of the planet has such a small effect in the first place. And becausedeblevca
At the College of San Mateo, we have the following offerings: Intro astronomy, Solar System (offered only in the Fall), Stars and Galaxies (offered only in thezetapuppi
I think there's no problem in presenting Newton's version, but I'd recommend building up to it in steps. I'd start with Kepler's 3rd law in the email@example.com
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