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# Hip Wear on the Moon. (a) Use data from Appendix F to

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Problem 45P

Hip Wear on the Moon. (a) Use data from Appendix F to calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the moon. (b) Calculate the friction force oil a walking 65-kg astronaut carrying a 43-kg instrument pack on the moon if the coefficient of kinetic friction at her hip joint is 0.0050. (c) What would be the friction force oil earth for this astronaut?

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Astronomy­ Chapter 2 Terms to know ● Constellation­ A region of the sky with well defined borders ● Zenith­ The point directly overhead ● Horizon­ All points 90° away from the zenith ● Meridian­ Line passing through zenith and connecting north and south points on the horizon ● Angular size­ Physical size x [360°/ (2��� x dist.)] ● Latitude­ Position north or south of equator ● Longitude­ Position east or west of prime meridian ● Aphelion­ 1.0617 AU (July 4­7) ● Perihelion­ 0.9833 AU (January 2­5) ● Solar day­ 24hrs ● Sidereal day­ 23hrs 56 mins ● Sidereal month 27.3 days (Moon’s orbital period around the Earth) ● Synodic month­ 29.5 days ● Synchronous rotation­ A rotation with each orbit Patterns in the sky ­ We can see more than 2000 stars with the naked eye ­ T

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