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Stresses in asteroid during close flyby
The acceleration of an asteroid (such as 2012DA14) as it approaches earth is proportional to the reciprocal of distance $r$ from earth center, squared. the derivative of the acceleration, or jerk, is ...
Feb 16 '13 at 20:49
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