﻿ Agroup of scientists is trying to launch an object into orbit, and the object is traveling at 6500 m/s. which best explains why the object
, 18.10.2019 06:30, hallmansean04

# Agroup of scientists is trying to launch an object into orbit, and the object is traveling at 6500 m/s. which best explains why the object will not successfully orbit earth? a.) there is not enough air resistance to keep the object moving. b.) there is not enough friction to keep the object moving. c.) the object is not traveling fast enough to match earth’s curvature. d.) the object is traveling too fast to match earth’s curvature.

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