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The Longest Drive (Posted on 2005-12-26) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Is it possible to hit a golf ball on the surface of the moon and have it achieve a stable orbit around the moon?

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  Subject Author Date
my point of viewJean-Louis2007-02-22 00:28:24
my opinionMatt2006-06-08 14:58:12
re: One OpinionRex2005-12-30 07:57:13
SolutionNo SubjectKenny M2005-12-28 22:18:06
Sorry about the formattingKenny M2005-12-28 22:07:19
SolutionFinal answerKenny M2005-12-28 21:58:40
Further musingsKenny M2005-12-28 20:42:44
A boost...goFish2005-12-28 15:41:23
re: Not a rocket scientist but...Charlie2005-12-28 13:41:32
Not a rocket scientist but...Kenny M2005-12-28 09:38:36
re(3): Yes, in two steps.Hugo2005-12-28 04:31:30
re(2): Yes, in two steps.Charlie2005-12-27 18:39:00
re: Yes, in two steps.Hugo2005-12-27 04:23:20
Yes, in two steps.MindRod2005-12-26 18:05:52
re: One OpinionCharlie2005-12-26 15:38:26
One OpinionRichard2005-12-26 14:00:42
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