Readers Comments (16)

  1. Thanks ur the best!!

  2. lol "syncing of the periods"

  3. Thank you SO MUCH. I hate when people dont explain the little details and just assume you already know it. But you explained everything so clearly so that I FINALLY understood how to do this problem. Thanks again 馃檪

  4. No matter what I do, I can’t get 7.53E22 m^3 from plugging those values in. I get 7.33E24 m^3. Why??

  5. I love mathcad. Thanks for the physics lesson my friend.

  6. This vid is phucking great! thanks

  7. The problem for me is that there are so many variables and factors you need to plug in, it just makes me dizzy

  8. 2019, thanks man. You’ve save my bacon.

  9. Silent Cartographer January 23, 2021 @ 8:22 pm

    Love the video, but there is a difference between geosynchronous and geostationary. Geostationary orbits are geosynchronous, but geosynchronous orbits aren’t always geostationary. Geosynchronous orbits can be elliptical while geostationary orbits are always circular.

  10. Shatila Chowdhury January 23, 2021 @ 8:25 pm

    A huge Thank you 馃槉

  11. THANK YOU so much

  12. Thank you so much!!!!!

  13. Hey, I thought the earth turns Counter Clockwise when looking at it from the top???

  14. Way to hard for me. Can anyone tell me how fast the moon would need to travel in a geostationary orbit, assuming that orbit was not elliptical and 240,000 miles out? Thanks in advance
    to anyone who can answer.

  15. Dominik Rodziewicz January 23, 2021 @ 8:48 pm

    Hi mate thanks for the video. I have one question tho, what happens with the denominator 4 蟺 ^ 2 ?

  16. This is the first time I have seen someone put the units for the gravity constant.

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