Table of Contents

- 1 Does escape speed depend on mass?
- 2 Why is escape speed independent of mass?
- 3 What are the factors on which the escape speed depends?
- 4 How does escape velocity depend on mass and radius?
- 5 What determines escape velocity?
- 6 Does the escape velocity of a body from the earth depends on a the mass of the body B the location from where it is projected?
- 7 Which is an example of an escape speed?
- 8 What is the escape velocity from the Earth?

## Does escape speed depend on mass?

The escape velocity depends only on the mass and size of the object from which something is trying to escape. The escape velocity from the Earth is the same for a pebble as it would be for the Space Shuttle.

**How does mass affect escape velocity?**

How do you calculate escape velocity? The M in the equation represents the mass of the planet. Planets with more mass are harder to escape than planets with less mass. This is because the more mass a planet has, the stronger its force of gravity.

### Why is escape speed independent of mass?

The relation is independent of the mass of the object escaping the mass body M. Escape velocity is only required to send a ballistic object on a trajectory that will allow the object to escape the gravity well of the mass M.

**Does the escape speed of a body from the Earth depend on a mass of the body b0 the height of the location of the body from where the body is launched justify?**

Solution 1 It is clear from equation (i) that escape velocity vesc is independent of the mass of the body and the direction of its projection. However, it depends on gravitational potential at the point from where the body is launched.

#### What are the factors on which the escape speed depends?

The escape speed depends only on the mass and radius of the planet.

**How does the escape speed of a particle depends on the mass of the Earth?**

Escape velocity (ve)=√2gRe . Therefore it is independent of the mass of the particle or it will depend on m0.

## How does escape velocity depend on mass and radius?

The escape velocity of a body is directly proportional to the square root of mass (M) of the planet (earth) around which the satellite is orbiting. The escape velocity of a body is inversely proportional to the square root of the radius of the Planet.

**What is the escape velocity of mass?**

What is escape velocity?

Body | Mass | Escape Velocity in Kilometers/ Second |
---|---|---|

The Moon | 73,600,000,000,000,000,000 kg | 2.38 km/sec |

Earth | 5,980,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg | 11.2 km/sec |

Jupiter | 715,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg | 59.5 km/sec |

Sun | 1,990,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 kg | 618. km/sec |

### What determines escape velocity?

The escape velocity thus depends on how far the object has already traveled, and its calculation at a given distance takes into account the fact that without new acceleration it will slow down as it travels—due to the massive body’s gravity—but it will never quite slow to a stop.

**How does the escape speed of a body vary with mass of the body Class 11?**

Answer: The escape velocity is independent of the mass of body and the direction of projection. Since, this potential depends slightly on the latitude and height of the point, therefore, the escape velocity depends slightly on these factors.

#### Does the escape velocity of a body from the earth depends on a the mass of the body B the location from where it is projected?

⇒Ve=√2GMR=√2gR. Clearly from the equation of escape itself it shows that it does not depend on the mass of the body although it depends on the mass of the earth. There is no relation of escape velocity with the location from where it is projected. Hence it does not depend on the location from where it is projected.

**Is the escape speed of a body dependent on the mass?**

The escape velocity is independent of mass of the body and the direction of projection. It depends upon the gravitational potential at the point from where the body is launched.

## Which is an example of an escape speed?

Escape speed, also known as escape velocity is defined as the minimum speed that is required for an object to free itself from the gravitational force exerted by a massive object. For example, if we consider earth as a massive body.

**Which is the minimum velocity required to escape from a massive body?**

Here Ugf is zero as the distance is infinity and Kf will also be zero as final velocity will be zero. Thus, we get: The minimum velocity required to escape from the gravitational influence of massive body is given by: The escape speed of the earth at the surface is approximately 11.186 km/s.

### What is the escape velocity from the Earth?

The escape velocity from earth’s surface is about 11,186 m/s. In a different sense, it can be described as the speed required to break the gravitational attraction. The formula for escape speed is articulated as, r is the distance from the centre of gravity.