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Answer on Mechanics | Relativity Question for Emmy

Question #53465
The mass of the Hubble Space Telescope is 11600 kg, determine the weight of the
telescope (i) when it was resting on the earth and (ii) as it is in its orbit 598 km above the
earth’s surface [hint: the earth’s radius = 6.38 x 106m].
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