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Topic: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

Such question.

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

No. .

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

VKKeeper
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M??? !!! wink

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

Whether it is possible to lift itself for hair?

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

There was a similar question. Whether the plane from the conveyor flies up or not. No

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

From trumps came...

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

I vote for that departs.

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

Whether the solar sail if a light source on it Departs?
If the light source on a sail illuminates a way ahead, and the Sun shines in a sail behind departs.

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

According to some theories the velocity of light does not change under no circumstances. And here light rests against a sail and  - or the sail starts to move with a velocity of light, or books on the physicist to rewrite. wink

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

busia
According to some theories the velocity of light does not change under no circumstances.
Index of refraction:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

DBer
It is necessary to be defined that such a solar sail, I, for example do not know. What sense in it if it is the leading environment? I recognize that this device which does not absorb, in an ideal and does not reflect.

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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

Already checked:
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Re: Whether the solar sail if a light source on it departs?

a.a.spaceman
Already checked
So it does not turn out. And here if to be shaken all over towards a nose slowly, and reversely jerky - very much even. Or if the wolf blew in a sail not behind, and sideways.