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The Newtonian gravitational acceleration of a test object (a small object with negligible mass) toward a point mass is given by $$\vec g =\frac {GM}{||\vec r||^3} \vec r \tag{1}$$ where $\vec g$ is the acceleration vector, $G$ is the Newtonian gravitational constant, $M$ is the mass of the point mass, and $\vec r$ is the displacement vector directed from ...



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