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Astronaught Pam Melroy, historys third woman space

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Astronaught Pam Melroy, history's third woman space shuttle pilot, flew the space shuttle Discovery to the International Space Station to complete construction in October of 2000. To undock from the space station Pilot Melroy released hooks holding the two spacecraft together and the 68,000 - kg shuttle pushed away from the space station with the aid of four large springs. a) if the 73,000 - kg space station moved back at a speed of 0.50 m/s, how fast and in what direction did the space shuttle move? b) What was the reletive speed of the two spacecraft as they seperated?
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