Dance of the planets

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  • 1. Thing 1 • Very Weak • Predictable Force • Helped form the universe • Property of mass/matter • Proportional to mass • Affected by (Net) Force Thing 2
  • 2. Thing 1 • Very Weak • Predictable Force • Helped form the universe • Constant presence • Acts on all matter in the universe • Distortion of space/time • Property of mass/matter • Proportional to mass • Affected by (Net) Force • Resistance to change in velocity • An object will not speed up on its own • An object will not slow down on its own Thing 2
  • 3. Thing 1 • Very Weak • Predictable Force • Helped form the universe • Constant presence • Acts on all matter in the universe • Distortion of space/time • Function of mass and distance • A push • A pull • Property of mass/matter • Proportional to mass • Affected by (Net) Force • Resistance to change in velocity • An object will not speed up on its own • An object will not slow down on its own • An object will not start moving on its own • An object will not stop moving on its own • Idea first proposed by Galileo Thing 2
  • 4. Thing 1 • Very Weak • Predictable Force • Helped form the universe • Constant presence • Acts on all matter in the universe • Distortion of space/time • Function of mass and distance • A push • A pull • Keeps you on the Earth • Keeps the Earth around the sun • Idea first proposed by Newton • Einstein • Property of mass/matter • Proportional to mass • Affected by (Net) Force • Resistance to change in velocity • An object will not speed up on its own • An object will not slow down on its own • An object will not start moving on its own • An object will not stop moving on its own • Idea first proposed by Galileo • Explained by Newton • An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by an outside force • An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted on by an outside force • First Law of Motion Thing 2
  • 5. Gravity • Very Weak • Predictable Force • Helped form the universe • Constant presence • Acts on all matter in the universe • Distortion of space/time • Function of mass and distance • A push • A pull • Keeps you on the Earth • Keeps the Earth around the sun • Idea first proposed by Newton • Einstein • Property of mass/matter • Proportional to mass • Affected by (Net) Force • Resistance to change in velocity • An object will not speed up on its own • An object will not slow down on its own • An object will not start moving on its own • An object will not stop moving on its own • Idea first proposed by Galileo • Explained by Newton • An object in motion will stay in motion unless acted on by an outside force • An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted on by an outside force • First Law of Motion Inertia
  • 6. Microgravity Article 1. First reading: annotate 2. Second reading: complete story strip