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comment Lowest gravity on Earth's surface?
Gravitational acceleration at the equator is 9.8144 m/s^2, vs 9.8322 m/s^2 at the poles; the International Gravity Formula can help, giving 9.761 m/s^2 atop Chimborazo.
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revised What is the possibility of a railgun assisted orbital launch?
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revised Predicting lightpaths after gravitational bending
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revised Predicting lightpaths after gravitational bending
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revised Calculate stainless steel pole necking limit
Ixnay the Amazon link.
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revised Calculate stainless steel pole necking limit
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comment Calculate stainless steel pole necking limit
@Keenan: I was presuming the plates would be secured sufficiently to hold the weight. That was a rather large and erroneous assumption. Thank you.