Is Voyager 2 nuclear powered?
The Voyager 1 & 2 spacecraft, like Pioneer 10 & 11 and various other spacecraft before them, and New Horizons and many other spacecraft after them, are powered using nuclear fission. The RTG units on Voyager 1 & 2 use plutonium-238.
What is the fastest a rocket can go?
A: NASA’s Juno spacecraft is the fastest man made object ever recorded, at roughly 365,000 km/h (165,000 mph) as it approached Jupiter. The fastest launch velocity belongs to New Horizons, which went 58,000 km/h (36,000 mph).
How fast is a rocket in mph?
How fast can conventional rockets go?
|Flight Plan||speed required|
|Earth to LEO (low Earth orbit)||17,000 mph|
|Earth to Earth escape||24,200 mph|
|Earth to lunar orbit||25,700 mph|
|Earth to GEO (geosynchronous Earth orbit)||26,400 mph|
How many G’s are in space?
|Space Shuttle, maximum during launch and reentry||3 g|
|High-g roller coasters||3.5–6.3 g|
|Hearty greeting slap on upper back||4.1 g|
|Top Fuel drag racing world record of 4.4 s over 1/4 mile||4.2 g|
Can we explain gravity?
Gravity is a force of attraction that exists between any two masses, any two bodies, any two particles. Gravity is not just the attraction between objects and the Earth. It is an attraction that exists between all objects, everywhere in the universe. where G is called the Gravitational Constant.
How gravity is created?
Earth’s gravity comes from all its mass. All its mass makes a combined gravitational pull on all the mass in your body. You exert the same gravitational force on Earth that it does on you. But because Earth is so much more massive than you, your force doesn’t really have an effect on our planet.