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What (who) is escape velocity - definition

Escape Velocity         
Escape Velocity (disambiguation); Escape velocity (disambiguation)
Escape velocity is the minimum speed an object without propulsion needs to have to move away indefinitely from the source of the gravity field.
escape velocity         
Escape Velocity (disambiguation); Escape velocity (disambiguation)
¦ noun the lowest velocity which a body must have in order to escape the gravitational attraction of a particular planet or other object.
Escape Velocity (novel)         
Escape Velocity (Doctor Who)
Escape Velocity is a BBC Books original novel written by Colin Brake and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Eighth Doctor and Fitz and introduces the new companion of Anji Kapoor.
Pronunciation examples for escape velocity
1. which is "longevity escape velocity."
2. known as the escape velocity.
Data-Driven Astronomy Discoveries _ John Bochanski _ Talks at Google
3. That's escape velocity for 67P.
Rosetta - to Catch a Comet _ Mark McCaughrean
4. That one reached escape velocity.
The Magic of Reality - How we know what's really true _ Professor Richard Dawkins _ Talks at Google
5. even reaching Longevity Escape Velocity.
The Science of Curing Aging _ Aubrey de Grey, PhD _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of escape velocity
1. "Just like black holes, they suck in particulate objects, and also like black holes, they also travel at escape velocity, which is, the speed to get out of there is faster than the speed of light," Cavalin says.
2. The little robot‘s mission did not succeed because Itokawa‘s escape velocity – how fast you‘d need to jump to leave the asteroid‘s surface and never return – is only 20cm per second.
3. Moon Landrieu has a theory: There is a strong sense of family in New Orleans because it is isolated, because it is so culturally distinct from other places and because many young New Orleanians never really reach escape velocity.