Subject: For a rocket, surely the correct term should be 'escape acceleration'?
Date: Wed Feb 28 08:33:40 2007
Posted by Glenn
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Ashbourne State/Province: DE
Area of science: Physics
I've read some of your many interesting Q&As about "escape velocity".
In the case of a rocket (rather than a projectile such as a bullet), surely
the correct term should be "escape acceleration" ?
Re: For a rocket, surely the correct term should be 'escape acceleration'?
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