Easy Orbital Mechanics IV – The Oberth Effect

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Explaining orbital mechanics visually, without math or complex terminology. The Oberth Effect is the basic rule that determines how to travel efficiently in space. Subscribe for more of these in the coming weeks! Original Author: Produced by Exploring Space and published on 22/09/2020

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Celebrating Essential Workers: Math Teacher | Make Me A Hero

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Marvel Artist Tim Smith 3 draws his friend William Jones, a math teacher, to celebrate him as an essential worker and a Real Hero. ► Subscribe to Marvel: http://bit.ly/WeO3YJ Follow Marvel on Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/marvel Like Marvel on Facebook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/marvel Reward your Marvel fandom by joining Marvel Insider! Earn points, then>>>

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Orbital Mechanics in 60 Seconds – Part III

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Explaining basic space travel visually, without any math or difficult terminology. Here we use the example of a trip to Mars to show how space travel can sometimes be counterintuitive. Stay tuned for more videos in this series! Check out Part I here: https://youtu.be/hKdpzagTUxk Original Author: Produced by Exploring Space and>>>

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Orbital Mechanics in 60 Seconds – Part I

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Explaining basic space travel visually, without any math or difficult terminology, using the example of a trip to the moon. Introduce someone you know to the basics of space travel! Re-recorded the VO on a better mic, and adjusted a couple of things. Original Author: Produced by Exploring Space and published>>>

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The Shortest-Known Paper Published in a Serious Math Journal: Two Succinct Sentences | Open Culture

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Euler’s conjecture, a theory proposed by Leonhard Euler in 1769, hung in there for 200 years. Then L.J. Lander and T.R. Parkin came along in 1966, and debunked the conjecture in two swift sentences. This content was originally published here. Category: Art and Culture, All Blogs List

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