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The Kepler Third Law Calculator will calculate:
|What would you like to calculate?|
|The period of rotation of a celestial body around the centre of curvature is s|
|The maximum distance of a celestial body from its centre of rotation is m|
|Period of rotation of a celestial body around the centre of curvature calculation|
|T = √4 × π2/(G × M) × a3|
T = √4 × ()2/ × × ()3
T = √4 × / ×
T = √/ ×
T = √ ×
T = √
|Maximum distance of a celestial body from its centre of rotation calculation|
|a = 3√G × M × T2/4 × π2|
a = 3√ × × 2/4 × 2
a = 3√ × × /4 ×
a = 3√/
a = 3√
a = ()1/3
|Kepler Third Law Calculator Input Values|
|Maximum distance of the celestial body from the centre of rotation (a) m|
|Period of rotation (T) s|
|The circular constant pi (π)|
|Gravitational Constant (G) N∙m2/kg2|
|Mass of the celestial body, which is at centre of rotation (M) kg|
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Calculating the period of rotation of a celestial body around the centre of curvature.
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