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Quote from: Kryptid on 26/06/2020 05:55:48Does it work for Phobos?Vz = 86,430 km/h Ss = 227,939,200 km Vl = 7,696.8 km/h Sz = 9,376 km/hE = (86,430/227,939,200)/(7,696.8/9,376)E = (3.7918 x 10^{-4})/(0.821)E = 4.6185 x 10^{-4}The correct answer is actually 0.0151. So it's even more wrong for Phobos than it is for the Moon.Check your calculations.

Does it work for Phobos?Vz = 86,430 km/h Ss = 227,939,200 km Vl = 7,696.8 km/h Sz = 9,376 km/hE = (86,430/227,939,200)/(7,696.8/9,376)E = (3.7918 x 10^{-4})/(0.821)E = 4.6185 x 10^{-4}The correct answer is actually 0.0151. So it's even more wrong for Phobos than it is for the Moon.

Otherwise you are in danger of being considered a troll.

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 03/07/2020 05:11:47Quote from: Kryptid on 26/06/2020 05:55:48Does it work for Phobos?Vz = 86,430 km/h Ss = 227,939,200 km Vl = 7,696.8 km/h Sz = 9,376 km/hE = (86,430/227,939,200)/(7,696.8/9,376)E = (3.7918 x 10^{-4})/(0.821)E = 4.6185 x 10^{-4}The correct answer is actually 0.0151. So it's even more wrong for Phobos than it is for the Moon.Check your calculations.Please point out exactly where the error is and why it is an error. Otherwise you are in danger of being considered a troll.

Vz = 86,430 rpm

eccentricity of the orbit of the moon

You calculate a single value for the eccentricity of the Moon, but reality gives it a range- it varies.So you are wrong.

Quote from: Bored chemist on 30/06/2020 15:08:04Quote from: Bored chemist on 29/06/2020 22:39:46Now, can you get back to the point?Quote from: Bored chemist on 28/06/2020 20:12:45Now, please answer the question.Quote from: Bored chemist on Yesterday at 18:52:18Now, why don't you explain why you keep posting stuff that is obviously wrong.

The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ Vl / Vz = 28/365 = 0,076----------------Where Vl - Orbital velocity of the moon.Vz - Orbital velocity of the Earth.

, we get a predicted eccentricity of 0.000464 (which is very wrong). So this equation doesn't work either.

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 03/07/2020 18:49:55The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ Vl / Vz = 28/365 = 0,076----------------Where Vl - Orbital velocity of the moon.Vz - Orbital velocity of the Earth.In what units is the orbital velocity of the Moon 28 and the Earth 365? If I divide the orbital velocity of the Moon in km/s (1.022) and that of the Earth (29.78), then I get 0.0343. But that number should be the same regardless of the units. So your calculation of 0.076 is wrong if you are talking about orbital velocities.Did you mean orbital period instead? That would make more sense, given that the Moon's orbital period is 28 days and the Earth's is 365 days. But when we try this with Phobos (0.3189 days) and Mars (686.971), we get a predicted eccentricity of 0.000464 (which is very wrong). So this equation doesn't work either.

Orbital velocity of Mars - 18696 revolution / hour.

Those still aren't the correct eccentricity values.

He has provided many variations of wrong!But not a single example of right.

Quote from: Bored chemist on 02/07/2020 13:34:17Quote from: Bored chemist on 30/06/2020 15:08:04Quote from: Bored chemist on 29/06/2020 22:39:46Now, can you get back to the point?Quote from: Bored chemist on 28/06/2020 20:12:45Now, please answer the question.Quote from: Bored chemist on Yesterday at 18:52:18Now, why don't you explain why you keep posting stuff that is obviously wrong.

The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ (Vz / Ss) / (Vl / Sz) = 0.0000584 / 0.001875 = 0.031

The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ Vl / Vz = 28/365 = 0,076

The geological activity coefficient

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 03/07/2020 18:49:55The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ Vl / Vz = 28/365 = 0,076Liar

The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ Vz / Vl = 30/360 = 0,083

The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula. E ≈ Vz / Vl = 30/360 = 0,083Where Vz - Orbital velocity of the Earth - 30 degrees / month.Vl - Orbital velocity of the moon - 360 degrees / month.---The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon can be calculated by the following formula.E ≈ (Vz / Sz) / (Vl / Sl) = 0.00071 / 0.0095 = 0.074Where Vz - Orbital velocity of the Earth - 107 000 km / h.Sz - Distance from the Sun to the Earth - 150,000,000Where Vl - Orbital velocity of the moon - 3680 km / h.Sl - Distance from the Earth to the Moon 384 000км.The eccentricity of the orbit of the moon varies, from 0.026 to 0.077.