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I am looking for a game that would be suitable for teaching basic orbital mechanics concepts to primary school students (grades 6-8). Contrary to most of the questions here asking about spaceflight simulators and such, I am not looking for super realistic representations of orbital mechanics. I want to allow students to tinker around with basic central force motion and see the ways in which conic sections are altered by thrust, etc. Seeing/enacting an example of rendezvous (maybe in a CW frame?) would be neat too.
When a team of Google coders looked out across the collection of computer languages in 2007, they saw hundreds of perfectly good tools for writing software but none that offered the right features for Google. That is, a language that supported building the Google vision of a galaxy of software packages working together in Google’s vast collection of servers.
The world's largest mobile chipmaker is using 5G phones to go after Apple's iPhones and Intel -- hard. That was clear after Qualcomm's tech summit in Hawaii last week where one after the other, executives compared the speed and battery gains of Qualcomm's processors that will power 5G and 4G phones and laptops to Intel and Apple's competing models.
Consider this very basic scenario:Light reads as casting bright light in a 20' radius, and dim light another 20' away, and Fog Cloud (cast as a first level spell) has a 20' radius. So what happens in this scenario?
As I am setting .vimrc, I found these two code blocks have the same functionality.andI reckon that there is a very subtle difference between them, but cannot figure it out. Like, vim interpret Filetype when open the file etc.
I am having an issue using DataInputStream and DataOutputStream in Java that I have been unable to solve without some really silly measures and was wondering if anybody knew of a better way (I am VERY sure that there is one, but I haven't been able to find it).
The world's largest mobile chipmaker is using 5G phones to go after Intel and Apple -- hard. That was clear after Qualcomm's tech summit in Hawaii this week. One after the other, executives compared the speed and battery gains of Qualcomm's processors that will power 5G and 4G phones and laptops to Intel and Apple's competing models.