 5.5ED: A rider on a Ferris wheel moves in a vertical circle of radius r at...
 5.5EE: Suppose you could double the mass of a planet but keep its volume t...
 5.5EF: Return to ChapterOpening Question 2, page 109, and answer it again...
 5.5MCQ: A child whirls a ball in a vertical circle. Assuming the speed of t...
 5.5P: (II) A 0.55kg ball, attached to the end of a horizontal cord, is r...
 5.5Q: A child on a sled comes flying over the crest of a small hill, as s...
 5.5SL: A certain white dwarf star was once an average star like our Sun. B...
 5.6MCQ: In a rotating vertical cylinder (Rotorride) a rider finds herself ...
 5.6P: (II) How fast (in rpm) must a centrifuge rotate if a particle 7.00 ...
 5.6Q: Sometimes it is said that water is removed from clothes in the spin...
 5.6SL: Jupiter is about 320 times as massive as the Earth. Thus, it has be...
 5.7MCQ: The Moon does not crash into the Earth because:(a) the net force on...
 5.7P: (II) A car drives straight down toward the bottom of a valley and u...
 5.7Q: A girl is whirling a ball on a string around her head in a horizont...
 5.7SL: A plumb bob (a mass m hanging on a string) is deflected from the ve...
 5.8MCQ: Which pulls harder gravitationally, the Earth on the Moon, or the M...
 5.8P: (II) How large must the coefficient of static friction be between t...
 5.8Q: A bucket of water can be whirled in a vertical circle without the w...
 5.8SL: (a)Explain why a Full moon always rises at sunset. (b) Explain how ...
 5.9MCQ: In the International Space Station which orbits Earth, astronauts e...
 5.9P: (II) What is the maximum speed with which a 1200kg car can round a...
 5.9Q: Astronauts who spend long periods in outer space could be adversely...
 5.10MCQ: Two satellites orbit the Earth in circular orbits of the same radiu...
 5.10P: (II) A bucket of mass 2.00 kg is whirled in a vertical circle of ra...
 5.10Q: A car maintains a constant speed v as it traverses the hill and val...
 5.11MCQ: A space shuttle in orbit around the Earth carries its payload with ...
 5.11P: (II) How many revolutions per minute would a 25mdiameter Ferris wh...
 5.11Q: Can a particle with constant speed be accelerating? What if it has ...
 5.12MCQ: A penny is placed on a turntable which is spinning clockwise as sho...
 5.12P: (II) A jet pilot takes his aircraft in a vertical loop (Fig. 5–38)....
 5.12Q: Why do airplanes bank when they turn? How would you compute the ban...
 5.13P: (II) A proposed space station consists of a circular tube that will...
 5.13Q: Does an apple exert a gravitational force on the Earth? If so, how ...
 5.14P: (II) On an ice rink two skaters of equal mass grab hands and spin i...
 5.14Q: Why is more fuel required for a spacecraft to travel from the Earth...
 5.15P: (II) A coin is placed 13.0 cm from the axis of a rotating turntable...
 5.15Q: Would it require less speed to launch a satellite (a) toward the ea...
 5.16P: (II) The design of a new road includes a straight stretch that is h...
 5.16Q: An antenna loosens and becomes detached from a satellite in a circu...
 5.17P: (II) Two blocks, with masses mA and mB, are connected to each other...
 5.17Q: The Sun is below us at midnight, nearly in line with the Earth’s ce...
 5.18P: (II) Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a han...
 5.18Q: When will your apparent weight be the greatest, as measured by a sc...
 5.19P: (II) A 975kg sports car (including driver) crosses the rounded top...
 5.19Q: The source of the Mississippi River is closer to the center of the ...
 5.20P: (II) Highway curves are marked with a suggested speed. If this spee...
 5.20Q: People sometimes ask, “What keeps a satellite up in its orbit aroun...
 5.21P: (III) A pilot performs an evasive maneuver by diving vertically at ...
 5.21Q: Is the centripetal acceleration of Mars in its orbit around the Sun...
 5.22P: (III) If a curve with a radius of 95 m is properly banked for a car...
 5.22Q: The mass of the “planet” Pluto was not known until it was discovere...
 5.23P: (III) A curve of radius 78 m is banked for a design speed of 85 km/...
 5.23Q: The Earth moves faster in its orbit around the Sun in January than ...
 5.24P: (I) Determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net ...
 5.25P: (II) A car at the Indianapolis 500 accelerates uniformly from the p...
 5.26P: (II) For each of the cases described below, sketch and label the to...
 5.27P: (III) A particle revolves in a horizontal circle of radius 1.95 m. ...
 5.28P: (III) A particle revolves in a horizontal circle of radius 1.95 m. ...
 5.29P: (I) At the surface of a certain planet, the gravitational accelerat...
 5.30P: (II) At what distance from the Earth will a spacecraft traveling di...
 5.31P: (II) Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of...
 5.32P: (II) A hypothetical planet has a radius 2.0 times that of Earth, bu...
 5.33P: (II) Calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon, which h...
 5.34P: (II) Estimate the acceleration due to gravity at the surface of Eur...
 5.37P: (II) A hypothetical planet has a mass 2.80 times that of Earth, but...
 5.35P: (II) Given that the acceleration of gravity at the surface of Mars ...
 5.38P: (II) If you doubled the mass and tripled the radius of a planet, by...
 5.39P: (II) Calculate the effective value of g, the acceleration of gravit...
 5.40P: (II) You are explaining to friends why an astronaut feels weightles...
 5.41P: (II) Every few hundred years most of the planets line up on the sam...
 5.42P: (II) Four 7.5kg spheres are located at the corners of a square of ...
 5.44P: (II) A certain neutron star has five times the mass of our Sun pack...
 5.45P: (I) A space shuttle releases a satellite into a circular orbit 780 ...
 5.47P: (II) You know your mass is 62 kg, but when you stand on a bathroom ...
 5.46P: (I) Calculate the speed of a satellite moving in a stable circular ...
 5.48P: (II) A 12.0kg monkey hangs from a cord suspended from the ceiling ...
 5.49P: (II) Calculate the period of a satellite orbiting the Moon, 95 km a...
 5.50P: (II) Two satellites orbit Earth at altitudes of 7500 km and 15,000 ...
 5.51P: (II) What will a spring scale read for the weight of a 58.0kg woma...
 5.52P: (II) Determine the time it takes for a satellite to orbit the Earth...
 5.53P: (II) What is the apparent weight of a 75kg astronaut 2500 km from ...
 5.54P: (II) A Ferris wheel 22.0 m in diameter rotates once every 12.5 s (s...
 5.55P: (II) At what rate must a cylindrical spaceship rotate if occupants ...
 5.1SL: Reread each Example in this Chapter and identify (i) the object und...
 5.56P: (III) (a) Show that if a satellite orbits very near the surface of ...
 5.57P: (I) Neptune is an average distance of 4.5 X 109 km from the Sun. Es...
 5.58P: (I) The asteroid Icarus, though only a few hundred meters across, o...
 5.59P: (I) Use Kepler’s laws and the period of the Moon (27.4 d) to determ...
 5.60P: (II) Determine the mass of the Earth from the known period and dist...
 5.61P: (II) Our Sun revolves about the center of our Galaxy (mG ? 4 X 1041...
 5.62P: (II) Table 5–3 gives the mean distance, period, and mass for the fo...
 5.63P: (II) Determine the mean distance from Jupiter for each of Jupiter’s...
 5.64P: (II) Planet A and planet B are in circular orbits around a distant ...
 5.65P: (II) Halley’s comet orbits the Sun roughly once every 76 years. It ...
 5.67GP: Calculate the centripetal acceleration of the Earth in its orbit ar...
 5.66P: (III) The comet Hale–Bopp has an orbital period of 2400 years. (a) ...
 5.68GP: A flat puck (mass M) is revolved in a circle on a frictionless air ...
 5.69GP: A device for training astronauts and jet fighter pilots is designed...
 5.70GP: A 1050kg car rounds a curve of radius 72 m banked at an angle of 1...
 5.71GP: In a “Rotorride” at a carnival, people rotate in a vertical cylind...
 5.72GP: While fishing, you get bored and start to swing a sinker weight aro...
 5.73GP: At what minimum speed must a roller coaster be traveling so that pa...
 5.74GP: Consider a train that rounds a curve with a radius of 570 m at a sp...
 5.75GP: Two equalmass stars maintain a constant distance apart of 8.0 × 10...
 5.76GP: How far above the Earth’s surface will the acceleration of gravity ...
 5.77GP: Is it possible to whirl a bucket of water fast enough in a vertical...
 5.78GP: How long would a day be if the Earth were rotating so fast that obj...
 5.79GP: The rings of Saturn are composed of chunks of ice that orbit the pl...
 5.80GP: During an Apollo lunar landing mission, the command module continue...
 5.81GP: The Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) utilizes a group of 24 ...
 5.82GP: The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft, after traveli...
 5.83GP: A train traveling at a constant speed rounds a curve of radius 215 ...
 5.84GP: The Sun revolves around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy (Fig. 5–...
 5.85GP: A satellite of mass 5500 kg orbits the Earth and has a period of 66...
 5.86GP: Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope deduced the presence o...
 5.87GP: Suppose all the mass of the Earth were compacted into a small spher...
 5.88GP: A sciencefiction tale describes an artificial “planet” in the form...
 5.89GP: An asteroid of mass m is in a circular orbit of radius r around the...
 5.90GP: Use dimensional analysis (Section 1–8) to obtain the form for the c...
 5.1COQ: You revolve a ball around you in a horizontal circle at constant sp...
 5.1MCQ: While driving fast around a sharp right turn, you find yourself pre...
 5.1P: (I) A child sitting 1.20 m from the center of a merrygoround move...
 5.1Q: How many “accelerators” do you have in your car? There are at least...
 5.2COQ: A space station revolves around the Earth as a satellite, 100 km ab...
 5.2MCQ: Which of the following point towards the center of the circle in un...
 5.2P: (I) A jet plane traveling pulls out of a dive by moving in an arc o...
 5.2Q: A car rounds a curve at a steady 50km/h. If it rounds the same curv...
 5.2SL: Redo Example 5–3, precisely this time, by not ignoring the weight o...
 5.3MCQ: A PingPong ball is shot into a circular tube that is lying flat (h...
 5.3P: (I) A horizontal force of 310 N is exerted on a 2.0kg ball as it r...
 5.3Q: Will the acceleration of a car be the same when a car travels aroun...
 5.3SL: A banked curve of radius R in a new highway is designed so that a c...
 5.4MCQ: A car drives at steady speed around a perfectly circular track.(a) ...
 5.4P: (II) What is the magnitude of the acceleration of a speck of clay o...
 5.4Q: Describe all the forces acting on a child riding a horse on a merry...
 5.4SL: Earth is not quite an inertial frame. We often make measurements in...
 5.5EB: Return to ChapterOpening Question 1, page 109, and answer it again...
 5.5EA: Example 5–1, if the radius is doubled to 1.20 m, but the period sta...
 5.5EC: A rider on a Ferris wheel moves in a vertical circle of radius r at...
 5.1: A child sitting 1.20 m from the center of a merrygoround moves wit...
 5.5.1: A child sitting 1.20 m from the center of a merrygoround moves wit...
 5.2: A jet plane traveling pulls out of a dive by moving in an arc of ra...
 5.5.2: A jet plane traveling pulls out of a dive by moving in an arc of ra...
 5.3: A horizontal force of 310 N is exerted on a 2.0kg ball as it rotat...
 5.5.3: A horizontal force of 310 N is exerted on a 2.0kg ball as it rotat...
 5.4: What is the magnitude of the acceleration of a speck of clay on the...
 5.5.4: What is the magnitude of the acceleration of a speck of clay on the...
 5.5: A 0.55kg ball, attached to the end of a horizontal cord, is revolv...
 5.5.5: A 0.55kg ball, attached to the end of a horizontal cord, is revolv...
 5.6: How fast (in rpm) must a centrifuge rotate if a particle 7.00 cm fr...
 5.5.6: How fast (in rpm) must a centrifuge rotate if a particle 7.00 cm fr...
 5.7: A car drives straight down toward the bottom of a valley and up the...
 5.5.7: A car drives straight down toward the bottom of a valley and up the...
 5.5.8: How large must the coefficient of static friction be between the ti...
 5.8: How large must the coefficient of static friction be between the ti...
 5.5.9: What is the maximum speed with which a 1200kg car can round a turn...
 5.9: What is the maximum speed with which a 1200kg car can round a turn...
 5.10: A bucket of mass 2.00 kg is whirled in a vertical circle of radius ...
 5.5.10: A bucket of mass 2.00 kg is whirled in a vertical circle of radius ...
 5.11: How many revolutions per minute would a 25mdiameter Ferris wheel n...
 5.5.11: How many revolutions per minute would a 25mdiameter Ferris wheel n...
 5.12: A jet pilot takes his aircraft in a vertical loop (Fig. 538). (a) I...
 5.5.12: A jet pilot takes his aircraft in a vertical loop (Fig. 538). (a) I...
 5.13: A proposed space station consists of a circular tube that will rota...
 5.5.13: A proposed space station consists of a circular tube that will rota...
 5.14: On an ice rink two skaters of equal mass grab hands and spin in a m...
 5.5.14: On an ice rink two skaters of equal mass grab hands and spin in a m...
 5.15: A coin is placed 13.0 cm from the axis of a rotating turntable of v...
 5.5.15: A coin is placed 13.0 cm from the axis of a rotating turntable of v...
 5.16: The design of a new road includes a straight stretch that is horizo...
 5.5.16: The design of a new road includes a straight stretch that is horizo...
 5.17: Two blocks, with masses and are connected to each other and to a ce...
 5.5.17: Two blocks, with masses and are connected to each other and to a ce...
 5.18: Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a hanging ...
 5.5.18: Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a hanging ...
 5.19: A 975kg sports car (including driver) crosses the rounded top of a...
 5.5.19: A 975kg sports car (including driver) crosses the rounded top of a...
 5.20: ighway curves are marked with a suggested speed. If this speed is b...
 5.5.20: ighway curves are marked with a suggested speed. If this speed is b...
 5.21: A pilot performs an evasive maneuver by diving vertically at If he ...
 5.5.21: A pilot performs an evasive maneuver by diving vertically at If he ...
 5.22: If a curve with a radius of 95 m is properly banked for a car trave...
 5.5.22: If a curve with a radius of 95 m is properly banked for a car trave...
 5.23: A curve of radius 78 m is banked for a design speed of If the coeff...
 5.5.23: A curve of radius 78 m is banked for a design speed of If the coeff...
 5.24: Determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net forc...
 5.5.24: Determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net forc...
 5.25: A car at the Indianapolis 500 accelerates uniformly from the pit ar...
 5.5.25: A car at the Indianapolis 500 accelerates uniformly from the pit ar...
 5.26: For each of the cases described below, sketch and label the total a...
 5.5.26: For each of the cases described below, sketch and label the total a...
 5.27: A particle revolves in a horizontal circle of radius 1.95 m. At a p...
 5.5.27: A particle revolves in a horizontal circle of radius 1.95 m. At a p...
 5.5.28: Calculate the force of Earths gravity on a spacecraft 2.00 Earth ra...
 5.28: Calculate the force of Earths gravity on a spacecraft 2.00 Earth ra...
 5.5.29: At the surface of a certain planet, the gravitational acceleration ...
 5.29: At the surface of a certain planet, the gravitational acceleration ...
 5.5.30: At what distance from the Earth will a spacecraft traveling directl...
 5.30: At what distance from the Earth will a spacecraft traveling directl...
 5.5.31: Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of when...
 5.31: Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of when...
 5.5.32: A hypothetical planet has a radius 2.0 times that of Earth, but has...
 5.32: A hypothetical planet has a radius 2.0 times that of Earth, but has...
 5.5.33: Calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon, which has ra...
 5.33: Calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon, which has ra...
 5.5.34: Estimate the acceleration due to gravity at the surface of Europa (...
 5.34: Estimate the acceleration due to gravity at the surface of Europa (...
 5.5.35: Given that the acceleration of gravity at the surface of Mars is 0....
 5.35: Given that the acceleration of gravity at the surface of Mars is 0....
 5.5.36: Find the net force on the Moon due to the gravitational attraction ...
 5.36: Find the net force on the Moon due to the gravitational attraction ...
 5.5.37: A hypothetical planet has a mass 2.80 times that of Earth, but has ...
 5.37: A hypothetical planet has a mass 2.80 times that of Earth, but has ...
 5.5.38: If you doubled the mass and tripled the radius of a planet, by what...
 5.38: If you doubled the mass and tripled the radius of a planet, by what...
 5.5.39: Calculate the effective value of g, the acceleration of gravity, at...
 5.39: Calculate the effective value of g, the acceleration of gravity, at...
 5.5.40: You are explaining to friends why an astronaut feels weightless orb...
 5.40: You are explaining to friends why an astronaut feels weightless orb...
 5.5.41: Every few hundred years most of the planets line up on the same sid...
 5.41: Every few hundred years most of the planets line up on the same sid...
 5.5.42: Four 7.5kg spheres are located at the corners of a square of side ...
 5.42: Four 7.5kg spheres are located at the corners of a square of side ...
 5.5.43: Determine the distance from the Earths center to a point outside th...
 5.43: Determine the distance from the Earths center to a point outside th...
 5.5.44: A certain neutron star has five times the mass of our Sun packed in...
 5.44: A certain neutron star has five times the mass of our Sun packed in...
 5.5.45: A space shuttle releases a satellite into a circular orbit 780 km a...
 5.45: A space shuttle releases a satellite into a circular orbit 780 km a...
 5.5.46: Calculate the speed of a satellite moving in a stable circular orbi...
 5.46: Calculate the speed of a satellite moving in a stable circular orbi...
 5.47: You know your mass is 62 kg, but when you stand on a bathroom scale...
 5.5.47: You know your mass is 62 kg, but when you stand on a bathroom scale...
 5.48: A 12.0kg monkey hangs from a cord suspended from the ceiling of an...
 5.5.48: A 12.0kg monkey hangs from a cord suspended from the ceiling of an...
 5.49: Calculate the period of a satellite orbiting the Moon, 95 km above ...
 5.5.49: Calculate the period of a satellite orbiting the Moon, 95 km above ...
 5.5.50: Two satellites orbit Earth at altitudes of 7500 km and 15,000 km ab...
 5.50: Two satellites orbit Earth at altitudes of 7500 km and 15,000 km ab...
 5.5.51: What will a spring scale read for the weight of a 58.0kg woman in ...
 5.51: What will a spring scale read for the weight of a 58.0kg woman in ...
 5.5.52: Determine the time it takes for a satellite to orbit the Earth in a...
 5.52: Determine the time it takes for a satellite to orbit the Earth in a...
 5.5.53: What is the apparent weight of a 75kg astronaut 2500 km from the c...
 5.53: What is the apparent weight of a 75kg astronaut 2500 km from the c...
 5.5.54: A Ferris wheel 22.0 m in diameter rotates once every 12.5 s (see Fi...
 5.54: A Ferris wheel 22.0 m in diameter rotates once every 12.5 s (see Fi...
 5.5.55: At what rate must a cylindrical spaceship rotate if occupants are t...
 5.55: At what rate must a cylindrical spaceship rotate if occupants are t...
 5.5.56: Show that if a satellite orbits very near the surface of a planet w...
 5.56: Show that if a satellite orbits very near the surface of a planet w...
 5.5.57: Neptune is an average distance of from the Sun. Estimate the length...
 5.57: Neptune is an average distance of from the Sun. Estimate the length...
 5.5.58: The asteroid Icarus, though only a few hundred meters across, orbit...
 5.58: The asteroid Icarus, though only a few hundred meters across, orbit...
 5.5.59: Use Keplers laws and the period of the Moon (27.4 d) to determine t...
 5.59: Use Keplers laws and the period of the Moon (27.4 d) to determine t...
 5.5.60: Determine the mass of the Earth from the known period and distance ...
 5.60: Determine the mass of the Earth from the known period and distance ...
 5.5.61: Our Sun revolves about the center of our Galaxy at a distance of ab...
 5.61: Our Sun revolves about the center of our Galaxy at a distance of ab...
 5.5.62: Table 53 gives the mean distance, period, and mass for the four lar...
 5.62: Table 53 gives the mean distance, period, and mass for the four lar...
 5.5.63: Determine the mean distance from Jupiter for each of Jupiters princ...
 5.63: Determine the mean distance from Jupiter for each of Jupiters princ...
 5.5.64: Planet A and planet B are in circular orbits around a distant star....
 5.64: Planet A and planet B are in circular orbits around a distant star....
 5.5.65: Halleys comet orbits the Sun roughly once every 76 years. It comes ...
 5.65: Halleys comet orbits the Sun roughly once every 76 years. It comes ...
 5.5.66: The comet HaleBopp has an orbital period of 2400 years. (a) What is...
 5.66: The comet HaleBopp has an orbital period of 2400 years. (a) What is...
 5.5.67: Calculate the centripetal acceleration of the Earth in its orbit ar...
 5.67: Calculate the centripetal acceleration of the Earth in its orbit ar...
 5.5.68: A flat puck (mass M) is revolved in a circle on a frictionless air ...
 5.68: A flat puck (mass M) is revolved in a circle on a frictionless air ...
 5.5.69: A device for training astronauts and jet fighter pilots is designed...
 5.69: A device for training astronauts and jet fighter pilots is designed...
 5.5.70: A 1050kg car rounds a curve of radius 72 m banked at an angle of 1...
 5.70: A 1050kg car rounds a curve of radius 72 m banked at an angle of 1...
 5.5.71: In a Rotorride at a carnival, people rotate in a vertical cylindri...
 5.71: In a Rotorride at a carnival, people rotate in a vertical cylindri...
 5.5.72: While fishing, you get bored and start to swing a sinker weight aro...
 5.72: While fishing, you get bored and start to swing a sinker weight aro...
 5.5.73: At what minimum speed must a roller coaster be traveling so that pa...
 5.73: At what minimum speed must a roller coaster be traveling so that pa...
 5.5.74: Consider a train that rounds a curve with a radius of 570 m at a sp...
 5.74: Consider a train that rounds a curve with a radius of 570 m at a sp...
 5.5.75: wo equalmass stars maintain a constant distance apart of and revol...
 5.75: wo equalmass stars maintain a constant distance apart of and revol...
 5.5.76: How far above the Earths surface will the acceleration of gravity b...
 5.76: How far above the Earths surface will the acceleration of gravity b...
 5.5.77: Is it possible to whirl a bucket of water fast enough in a vertical...
 5.77: Is it possible to whirl a bucket of water fast enough in a vertical...
 5.5.78: How long would a day be if the Earth were rotating so fast that obj...
 5.78: How long would a day be if the Earth were rotating so fast that obj...
 5.5.79: The rings of Saturn are composed of chunks of ice that orbit the pl...
 5.79: The rings of Saturn are composed of chunks of ice that orbit the pl...
 5.5.80: During an Apollo lunar landing mission, the command module continue...
 5.80: During an Apollo lunar landing mission, the command module continue...
 5.5.81: The Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) utilizes a group of 24 ...
 5.81: The Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) utilizes a group of 24 ...
 5.5.82: The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft, after traveli...
 5.82: The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft, after traveli...
 5.83: The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft, after traveli...
 5.5.83: The Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) spacecraft, after traveli...
 5.84: The Sun revolves around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy (Fig. 54...
 5.5.84: The Sun revolves around the center of the Milky Way Galaxy (Fig. 54...
 5.85: A satellite of mass 5500 kg orbits the Earth and has a period of 66...
 5.5.85: A satellite of mass 5500 kg orbits the Earth and has a period of 66...
 5.86: Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope deduced the presence o...
 5.5.86: Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope deduced the presence o...
 5.87: Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope deduced the presence o...
 5.5.87: Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope deduced the presence o...
 5.88: A sciencefiction tale describes an artificial planet in the form o...
 5.5.88: A sciencefiction tale describes an artificial planet in the form o...
 5.89: A sciencefiction tale describes an artificial planet in the form o...
 5.5.89: A sciencefiction tale describes an artificial planet in the form o...
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