The Orbital Velocity Calculator will calculate the orbital velocity of an object in micro-world or a planet in macro-world when rotating around a fixed point (around a planet or the Sun in macro world).
|The orbital velocity of an object in micro-world or a planet in macro-world when rotating around a fixed point (around a planet or the Sun in macro world) is m/s|
|Orbital velocity calculation|
|v = 2 × π × R/T|
v = 2 × × /
v = /
|Orbital Velocity Calculator Input Values|
|Distance of the object or planet from the centre of rotation (R) m|
|Period of rotation (T) s|
|The circular constant pi (π)|
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Use the following equation to calculate the orbital velocity of an object in micro-world or a planet in macro-world when rotating around a fixed point (around a planet or the Sun in macro world).
Remark! When you don't want to write the numbers in standard form, please insert 0 (zero) in the exponent box for powers of ten.
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