What does Kepler's second law imply?


Kepler's second law implies that a line joining a planet and the sun will sweep out equal area in equal intervals of time. This implies that as planets near the sun, they will also move faster. Since the shape of orbit of planets is elliptical it means that the speed of rotation around the sun is not constant.
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kepler's second law: a law concerning the speed at which planets travel
Searching briefly online, I found two interesting things people have discovered about the second focus of an elliptical orbit. The first is that if you have a planet that is tidally
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