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Physics and Celestial Bodies Lab Report

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Describe the results of creating large objects, small objects, near and far objects. Record as many / all observations provided as feedback while creating objects and watching them interact.

Share your Universe once you have at least 10 observations. You will click Share and then the Download icon. Copy and paste it into your Word document.

Record observations and results in a Word document and submit for a grade.

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1. How do celestial bodies warp the fabric of space-time and interact with each other? 2. Describe the results of creating large objects, small objects, near and far objects. Record as many / all observations provided as feedback while creating objects and watching them interact. 1st observation - made two large (the biggest one it would allow) objects all over the gird. Resulted in my universe reaching critical mass and collapsing. 2nd observation - Created one large object and six smaller objects spaced out a good distance away from the large object. Large object absorbed all the smaller objects. 3rd observation - Six medium objects spaced out evenly on the grid. Each object stayed in its own area not moving to another one. 4th observation- I was able to create an orbit. Mass, distance, and velocity were just right. 5th observation- Larger object and shorter distance seems to have a stronger attraction 6th observation- Several medium objects collided. Then the scattered debris formed back together. 7th observation- The smaller objects move greater distance as opposed to the larger objects that tend to wobble. 8th observation- Two out of three medium objects collided breaking apart then attached the small particles to each other and the last medium object. 9th observation- I had several small objects shooting in between larger objects. This was really neat to watch them move across the screen. 10th observation- I was able to get my objects to rotate around each other. 3. ​ hare your Universe once you have at least 10 observations. You will click Share and S then the Download icon. Copy and paste it into your Word document. ...
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Homework Celestial Lab
1. How do celestial bodies warp the fabric of space-time and interact with each other?
Objects tend to assume a curved path when moving in a space. The however move in the
straightest possible path in space time. According to Special Relativity, a moving frame is
subjected to time dilations. As such, acceleration of obj...

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