The theory As indicated in the articleThe-paradox-of-gravity-not-respecting-the-energy-conservation-principle/ satellites are subject to a double different force, the gravitational one and the centrifugal one. This implies that the nearer a satellite is orbiting around the earth, the faster it has to move to win the bigger gravitational force and the other way round. To better describe this idea we have to introduce the concept of angular moment. This is the product of the impulse of the satellite[…]

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…and the queen gave birth to a son who was named Asterion… Apollodorus Phalaris’s Brazen Bull Story goes that Phalaris, tyrant of Akragas, a Greek city on the southern cost of Sicily, in today’s territory of Agrigentum, commanded Perillos to invent and design a new torture device for executing criminals. According to Diodorus Siculus, recounting the story in Bibliotheca Historica, Perillos of Athens proposed to Phalaris a bull that was made entirely of bronze, hollow,[…]

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Bernoulli’s theorem A body orbiting around a planet is in equilibrium between two forces: the centrifugal force and the gravitational force where Fc is the centrifugal force, Fg is the gravitational force, m1 is the mass of the orbiting body, m2 is the mass of the planet, v is the speed of the body while orbiting, r is the distance of the body from the center of the planet, G is the gravitational constant

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