CHALLENGE 49

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If not solved by 06/06/20 ............. little hint given.
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 Hint 180 = 68m = 163.2v ?
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Level 70
Jun 6, 2020
Clue: = 67.8m
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Level 70
Jun 6, 2020
Next Clue: 8th June 2020
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Level 70
Jun 8, 2020
180 = 68m = 163.2v = 67.8m = 455J
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Level 70
Jun 8, 2020
Next Clue: 11 June 2020
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Level 70
Jun 11, 2020
CLUE THREE:.....180 = 68m = 163.2v = 67.8m = 455j = 191.5s
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Level 70
Jun 11, 2020
Next and Final Clue: 13th June 2020
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Level 54
Jun 11, 2020
Ahaa ... got it!
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Level 54
Jun 11, 2020
The numbers show the weight of 180 units on respectively Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn ... Turns out that a nice holiday to Mars has certain benefits! jk, the mass stays the same, of course :P
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Level 70
Jun 11, 2020
Congratulations 'ylj'......... I can't seem to beat you jetpunkers ........ great solve: ......'ylj' wins his 7th Honorary Gold Medal to tie with 'mushroomsteve'..... congratulations again:
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Level 54
Jun 11, 2020
Thanks for another great challenge! This one was really difficult. The last couple of days, I’ve been looking through an infinite number of planetary statistics - then I thought to divide 455 by 180 ... But how did you calculate the results? Using wikipedia, I always got values that were slightly different.
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Level 54
Jun 11, 2020
Oh, and btw it’s *her* :D
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Level 70
Jun 11, 2020
Hi 'ylj' ........ Thanks for that, this URL is great for what I wanted ..... https://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/weight/ ....... you can enter a number and it gives the equivalent weight on other solar bodies. (I would like to see the next moon explorers take a bathroom scale with them and stand on it while on Earth and then on the moon). I used the photo of the young woman making a balance sign to maybe help. .....
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