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Tutorial Blender Órbitas newtonianas con Python - Newtonian orbits with python Blender Tutorial

Mediante un corto programa escrito en python, simulamos la ?rbita de un planeta alrededor de su estrella. Se aplica la Ley de la Gravitaci?n Universal de Newton y se explica como se implementa esta ley en la corta rutina que simula la atracci?n gravitacional entre los dos cuerpos.Se puede descargar el programa blender de esta direcci?n de internet: http://www.pawean.com/MB/orbitas.zipGui?n, direcci?n, realizaci?n, voz en off: Antonio Gonz?lez Est?vez (C) 2010M?sica de fondo, composicion e interpretaci?n: Nacho Rouco Est?vez (C) 2010.By a short program written in python, we simulate the orbit of a planet around the star. We Apply the Universal Law of Gravitation of Newton and we explains how this law is implemented in the short routine that simulates gravitational attraction between two bodies.You can download the blender file in this address:http://www.pawean.com/MB/orbitas.zipScript, direction, performance, voice-over: Antonio Gonz?lez Est?vez (C) 2010Background music, composition and interpretation: Nacho Rouco Est?vez (C) 2010. Avec un court programme ?crit en Python, nous simulons l'orbite d'une plan?te autour de sa ?toile. Nous appliquons la Loi Universelle de la Gravitation de Newton et expliquons comment cette loi est mise en ?uvre dans la court routine qui simule l'attraction gravitationnelle entre deux corps.Vous pouvez t?l?charger le fichier Blender pour cette adresse:http://www.pawean.com/MB/orbitas.zipScript, direction, performance, voice-over: Antonio Gonz?lez Est?vez (C) 2010Musique de fond, composition et l'interpr?tation: Nacho Rouco Est?vez (C) 2010.
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