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The Law of Inertia, Part 1

December 28, 2019 at 7:50 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

Law of inertia, part one. So you might think it’s enough to see how things move and that�s done in a number of tutorials that talk about slowing in an out or path of action. But it’s also very important and useful in animation to understand why things move for the way that they do.

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“The Law of Inertia, Part 1”

Newton’s Third Law of Motion

December 26, 2019 at 10:50 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

Now we’re ready for Newton’s third law. And Newton’s third law, in some ways, I think is the most fun because it’s– at least it was to me, the least intuitive of all the laws. But once you really kind of understand it a lot of things start to make sense. So Newton’s third law

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“Newton’s Third Law of Motion”

Newton’s Second Law of Motion

at 3:51 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

Welcome back. We’re now ready for Newton’s second law. And Newton’s second law can simply be stated– and you’ve probably seen this before as force is equal to mass times acceleration. This is probably, if not the most famous formula in all of time or all of physics, it’s up there. It’s probably up there

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“Newton’s Second Law of Motion”

Solar System Dynamics: Orbits and Kepler’s Laws

December 25, 2019 at 9:50 pm | Blog | Colt Stanton -

The planets orbit the Sun in a counterclockwise direction as viewed from above the Sun’s north pole, and the planets’ orbits all are aligned to what astronomers call the ecliptic plane. The story of our greater understanding of planetary motion could not be told if it were not for the work of a German mathematician

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“Solar System Dynamics: Orbits and Kepler’s Laws”