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TopNewestThe kinetic energy is given by the formula \(KE=\frac{1}{2}mv^2\). Note that it doesn't matter whether the object is on Earth or in space, since it has the same mass anywhere. Therefore, as long as its velocity doesn't change, it has the same kinetic energy regardless of location.

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Kinetic Energy

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