SOMEONE ASKED 👇
Prometheus and Pandora orbit Saturn at 139350 and 141700 kilometers, respectively.?
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That would appear to be the easiest question to date.
Prometheus moves faster.
Each revolution it gains .4 hours.
So just dive Pandora’s orbit by .4
15.1/.4 (approx 60)
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Because of gravity. If you hit a baseball, it goes up, then curves, and falls back down to the Earth’s surface because of gravity. The baseball has a tendency to follow the same direction it’s been going (up into the air) until another force (gravity) alters its direction. Suppose that you hit it so hard that, by the time it finally fell back to the Earth’s surface it landed on the other side of the Earth. It follows a rather curved path as it goes up and goes back down. Now suppose you hit the baseball even harder. This time, by the time it starts to fall back down, it’s already traveled all the way around the Earth and then some. Now hit it a little harder and it never falls at all. Gravity pulls it towards the Earth, but it’s going so fast, that instead of just falling to the Earth, it continues to go in circles around the Earth. That’s what keeps satellites and the moon in orbit around the Earth. It’s the same basic idea what causes planets to orbit around the sun – the sun’s gravity. Isaac Newton figured all this out. It was quite a discovery in its own day.
The correct answer is 23.1