How asteroids are formed
Explain how asteroids are formed? Describe.
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Due to impact of planets, rocks are fleeing in the space and became asteroid. In some situations the gaseous material and vapor generated in the supernova are coagulated in the space and form the asteroid.
Eddington limit (Sir A. Eddington): The hypothetical limit at which the photon pressure would surpass the gravitational attraction of a light-emitting body. That is, a body emanating radiation at bigger than the Eddington limit would
Bell's inequality (J.S. Bell; 1964) - The quantum mechanical theorem that explains that if the quantum mechanics were to rely on the hidden variables, it should have non-local properties.
why quantum physics is studied? give me some of topics
Universal constant of gravitation: G The constant of proportionality in the Newton’s law of universal gravitation and that plays a comparable role in Sir Einstein's general relativity. This is equivalent to the 6.672 x 10^{-1}
Causality principle: The principle which cause must always precede effect. More properly, when an event A ("the cause") somehow persuades an event B ("the effect") that take
Trojan points: L4 and L5 are the two dynamically stable Lagrange points (that is, beneath certain conditions).
Explain Poisson equation and Poisson spot:
Poisson equation (S.D. Poisson): The differential form of Gauss' law, that is,
div E = rho,
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Ergosphere: The area around a rotating black hole, among the event horizon and the static limit, where the rotational energy can be removed from the black hole.
The velocity of a body was observed to be constant throughout five minutes of its motion. Determine its acceleration during this interval?
Ohm's law (G. Ohm; 1827): The ratio of the potential difference among the ends of a conductor to the current flowing via it is constant; the constant of proportionality is termed as the resistance, and is distinct for different materials.
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