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Is Earth's orbit altered by recoil from take-off/launch/recovery of aero/space vehicles?
Just what the title states. Pretty much all movement on Earth is by pushing against the much greater mass of Earth. Given there are easily thousands of aircraft taking flight/landing, and a lesser ...
Sep 28 '12 at 8:07
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