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Johannes Kepler, a German mathematician, was the first person to accurately describe the motions of the planets as being ellipses focused on the Sun. Isaac Newton, an English physicist, quickly proved that Kepler’s findings were a consequence of the laws of motion he had discovered, especially the law of gravity. It wasn’t until nearly three hundred years later that humanity put those ideas into practice, with the creation and successful launch of the artificial satellite Sputnik 1.You’re going to follow in the footsteps of these brilliant people and figure out how to get a satellite into orbit!Figure out how to launch a satellite into orbit.

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