Question

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a rest
mass of 130 metric tons to a speed of 0.431 **c**?

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Every day our Earth receives 1.55×10^{22} J energy from
the Sun. If we were able to use 0.75 percent of this energy to
accelerate spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in
one year?

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Answer #1

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 126 metric tons to a speed of 0.589
c?
Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy from the
Sun. If we were able to use 1.05 percent of this energy to
accelerate spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in
one year?

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 123 metric tons to a speed of 0.559 c?
Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy from
the Sun. If we were able to use 1.05 percent of this energy to
accelerate spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in
one year?

A)How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 131 metric tons to a speed of 0.594
c?
B)Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy
from the Sun. If we were able to use 0.95 percent of this energy to
accelerate spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in
one year?

1. How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 138 metric tons to a speed of 0.514
c?
2. Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy
from the Sun. If we were able to use 0.75 percent of this energy to
accelerate spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in
one year?

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 110 metric tons to a speed of 0.490
c?
Tries 0/20
Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy from
the Sun. If we were able to use 0.95 percent of this energy to
accelerate spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in
one year?

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 108 metric tons to a speed of 0.566 c? Every day our
Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy from the Sun. If we were able to
use 0.85 percent of this energy to accelerate spaceships, then how
many missions would be possible in one year? Please show the math
step by step in part A

1. How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 120 metric tons to a speed of 0.515 c?
2. Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy from the Sun.
If we were able to use 1.05 percent of this energy to accelerate
spaceships, then how many missions would be possible in one
year?

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 128 metric tons to a speed of 0.581 c? Hints: In the
acceleration process the energy we have is converted to the kinetic
energy of the spaceship. The classical kinetic energy of an object
is half of the mass multiplied by the square of the velocity. What
is the relativistic form of the kinetic energy? Incorrect. Tries
2/20 Previous Tries Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022...

How much energy is required to accelerate a spaceship with a
rest mass of 124 metric tons to a speed of 0.565
c?
Hints:
In the acceleration process the energy we have is converted to the
kinetic energy of the spaceship. The classical kinetic energy of an
object is half of the mass multiplied by the square of the
velocity. What is the relativistic form of the kinetic energy?
Every day our Earth receives 1.55×1022 J energy from the
Sun....

(a) How much energy is required to accelerate a proton from rest
to 0.7c? (Rest mass = 938.27
MeV/c2
(b) What is the momentum of the proton once it reaches this
speed? (Express your answer in units of MeV/c.)
(c) Would more, less, or the same amount of energy be required
to accelerate an electron from rest to this speed?

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