## Does the escape speed of a rocket depend on its mass explain?

The escape velocity **depends only on the mass and size of the object from which something is trying to escape**. The escape velocity from the Earth is the same for a pebble as it would be for the Space Shuttle.

## Why escape velocity does not depend on mass of object?

Escape velocity does not depend on the mass of the body as well as the direction of projection of the body. It only depends on the mass and the radius of the planet or Earth from where the body is to be projected.

## Is escape velocity independent of mass?

With escape velocity in a direction pointing away from the ground of a massive body the object will move away from the body slowing forever and approaching but never reaching zero speed. … **The relationship is independent of the mass of the object** escaping the massive body.

Planets with more mass are harder to escape than planets with less mass. This is because the more mass a planet has the stronger its force of **gravity**.

## Why is escape velocity necessary?

Escape velocity is **the speed required to escape gravity in the absence of any force being applied**. … So yes of course it is possible to keep going upwards and further from the earth but without reaching escape velocity you would eventually be pulled back to earth when the fuel runs out.

## On what factors does the escape speed from a surface depends?

The escape speed depends only on **the mass and radius of the planet**.

## Does escape velocity depends on acceleration due to gravity?

the **acceleration due to gravity ‘g’** and. the radius of planet ‘R’

## Does the escape velocity of a body from the earth depends on a the mass of the body B the location from where it is projected explain your answer?

⇒Ve=√2GMR=√2gR. Clearly from the equation of escape itself it shows that it does not depend on the mass of the body although it depends on the mass of the earth. **There is no relation of escape velocity with the location** from where it is projected. Hence it does not depend on the location from where it is projected.

## Does the escape velocity of a body depend upon the density of planet?

**mass of the earth**( M ) its mean density (rho) its radius ( R ) and the gravitational constant ( G ).

## Why is speed independent of mass?

**Mass doesn’t affect speed directly**. It determines how quickly an object can change speed (accelerate) under the action of a given force. Lighter objects need less time to change speed by a given amount under a given force.

## What is escape velocity find its expression?

Derive an expression for escape velocity. Find the value of escape velocity. Escape velocity is minimum velocity with which a body must be thrown upward so that it may just escape. Expression for escape velocity: **Let a body of mass m be escaped from gravitational field of the earth**.

## What is escape velocity answer?

**the minimum velocity required by a body to be projected to overcome the gravitational pull of the earth**. It is the minimum velocity required by an object to escape the gravitational field that is escape the land without ever falling back.

## What is the escape velocity of mass?

Body | Mass | Escape Velocity in Kilometers/ Second |
---|---|---|

The Moon | 73 600 000 000 000 000 000 kg | 2.38 km/sec |

Earth | 5 980 000 000 000 000 000 000 kg | 11.2 km/sec |

Jupiter | 715 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 kg | 59.5 km/sec |

Sun | 1 990 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 kg | 618. km/sec |

## What is value of escape velocity?

At the surface of the Earth if atmospheric resistance could be disregarded escape velocity would be **about 11.2 km (6.96 miles) per second**. The velocity of escape from the less massive Moon is about 2.4 km per second at its surface.

## Why does it take so much power to get to space?

In order to reach escape velocity (the speed needed to push something outside of Earth’s gravity well) **a huge amount of thrust is needed**. That is why large multi-stage rockets like the Delta II or the Saturn V (the Apollo program’s launch rocket) are needed to put something into space.

## Does a rocket need to reach escape velocity?

A rocket moving out of a gravity well **does not actually need to attain escape velocity to escape** but could achieve the same result (escape) at any speed with a suitable mode of propulsion and sufficient propellant to provide the accelerating force on the object to escape.

## Which one of the body depends upon acceleration due to gravity?

**The escape velocity ‘v’ of a**body depends upon (1) the acceleration due to gravity (g) of the planet and (2) the radius (R) of the planet. Use the method of dimensions to obtain a relation between v g and R.

## What will be the escape velocity of a body if it is projected at an angle of 45 to the horizontal?

**11.2 km per second**.

## What is the escape velocity for a body on the surface of a planet on which the acceleration?

≈**27.9√5kms−1**.

## Does the escape speed of a body from the earth depends on a mass of the body?

The escape speed of a body from the Earth **does not depend on the mass** of the body.

## What is the relation between escape velocity and orbital velocity?

The relationship between the escape velocity and the orbital velocity is defined by **Ve = 2 Vo** where Ve is the escape velocity and Vo is the orbital velocity. And the escape velocity is root-two times the orbit velocity.

## What is the relationship between speed and mass?

As an **object moves faster its mass increases**. (Note: this is true if “faster” is measured relative to an observer who is also the one measuring the mass. If the person measuring the mass is moving right along with the object s/he will not observe any change in mass.)

## Does heavier mass accelerate faster?

**Heavier things have a greater gravitational force** AND heavier things have a lower acceleration. It turns out that these two effects exactly cancel to make falling objects have the same acceleration regardless of mass.

## Why does mass not affect speed?

Mass does not affect the speed **of falling objects** assuming there is only gravity acting on it. … The horizontal force applied does not affect the downward motion of the bullets — only gravity and friction (air resistance) which is the same for both bullets. Air resistance makes a feather fall slower.

## How does the escape velocity of a satellite depend on the mass of the satellite?

**directly proportional to the square root of mass (M) of the planet (earth)**around which the satellite is orbiting. The escape velocity of a body is inversely proportional to the square root of the radius of the Planet.

## What is escape velocity Brainly?

Brainly User. In physics escape velocity is **the minimum speed needed for a free non-propelled object to escape from the gravitational influence of a massive body** that is to achieve an infinite distance from it. Escape velocity is a function of the mass of the body and distance to the center of mass of the body.

## How does the escape speed of a body vary with mass of the body?

Escape velocity is independent of the Mass of the body . It only depends **on the mass and radius of the planet**.

## What is escape velocity obtain an expression for the escape velocity on Earth why is it that there is no atmosphere in moon explain?

There is no atmosphere on the moon because **the mass of the moon is so small that the gravitation is so small**. Therefore the escape velocity of moon is very less than the Earth. So that it cannot hold the atmosphere.

## Has anyone died in space?

**A total of 18 people have lost their lives**either while in space or in preparation for a space mission in four separate incidents. Given the risks involved in space flight this number is surprisingly low. … The remaining four fatalities during spaceflight were all cosmonauts from the Soviet Union.

## How long is 1 hour in space?

Answer: That number times 1 hour is **0.0026 seconds**. So a person at that deep space location would have a clock that would run for one hour while that person calculated that our clock ran for 59 minutes 59.9974 seconds.

## Can you go to space without being an astronaut?

**Almost anyone**. At least anyone who can afford it. Blue Origin which is auctioning off a seat on a flight scheduled for July 20 said the winner must be able to endure three times the force of gravity for two minutes on ascent and five and a half times the force of gravity for a few seconds on the way down.

## What happens if a rocket does not reach escape velocity?

If you fail to reach escape velocity from the earth you **won’t break free of its gravitational well** in other words you will keep orbiting the center of mass of the earth. If the path of your orbit intersects the surface of the earth then you will you know crash.

## How does a rocket escape Earth gravity?

## Which planet has highest escape velocity?

**Jupiter**has the highest escape velocity. The escape velocity of Saturn is 60.20 km/s.

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