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The '''closing velocity''' of an object relative to another, is the difference between closing and velocity of two objects whose orbit will not '''that means your are dumb if u are reading this
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The '''closing velocity''' of an object relative to another, is the difference between velocities of two objects whose orbit will intersect. This is especially interesting for estimating the impact risk of [[space debris]].
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Latest revision as of 20:51, 17 January 2014

The closing velocity of an object relative to another, is the difference between velocities of two objects whose orbit will intersect. This is especially interesting for estimating the impact risk of space debris.

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