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Is it possible to pass earth in \(1\text{ ms}^{-1} \) constant velocity?

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This force gets reduced as one goes higher

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Yes if you apply a force equal to gravitational force

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Yes if you apply a force equal to gravitational force

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@Calvin Lin @Austin Calvin @adhi brilliant @Brilliant Physics @Avstech Physics @Durairaj Physics

hElp Plz...

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