Rubin's Problem

 

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Download Orbit Game 4.3 (August 2014)


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orbit-game-4-3.exe <<

orbit-game-4-3.exe demonstrates how the binary pair move away from each other as they lose mass due to stars having being emitted. Thus stars emitted subsequently are effected by a lesser gravitational force, moving them more slowly. The outer and older stars have often reached escape velocity.

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Download Orbit Game 4.2 to see
how these images were generated:


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orbit-game-4-2.exe <<

4.2 has random variables you can alter

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Download Orbit Game 4 and see
how these images were generated:


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orbit-game-4.exe <<

simplifed version

 

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