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Retrograde Motion

Retrograde Motion This excellent interactive provides a first hand look at retrograde motion. Features include the ability to manipulate the radius of 3 different planets, the planet you're "looking from" and the one you're "looking at". The Introduction, How To, Exercises and Solutions sections
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Retrograde Motion


This excellent interactive provides a first hand look at retrograde motion. Features include the ability to manipulate the radius of 3 different planets, the planet you're "looking from" and the one you're "looking at". The Introduction, How To, Exercises and Solutions sections make this an effective tool for both teaching and learning.

McGraw Hill


• High School Middle School

Mark Hannah

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