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#Actuallomateron

Posted 11 January 2013 - 03:14 AM

The earth example was to show that a fixed axis of rotation isnt enought to descibe all kinds of that rotation that can go forever on a sphere in space, in the earth example it is rotating around an axis and the axis is rotationg around another axis (and i think that axis movement is forever).

Can I describe that rotational movement that can go forever in asphere with a magnitude in those fixed 3 axis(image)?

UBJAR.png


#2lomateron

Posted 11 January 2013 - 03:13 AM

The earth example was to show that a fixed axis of rotation isnt enought to descibe all kinds of that rotation that can go forever on a sphere in space, in the earth example it is rotating around an axis and the axis is rotationg around another axis (and i think that axis movement is forever).

Can I describe that rotational movement that can go forever in asphere with a magnitude in those 3 axis(image)?

UBJAR.png


#1lomateron

Posted 11 January 2013 - 03:10 AM

The earth example was to show that a fixed axis of rotation isnt enought to descibe all kinds of that rotation that can go forever on a sphere in space, in the earth example the axis is moving too (and i think that axis movement is forever).

Can I describe that rotational movement that can go forever in asphere with a magnitude in those 3 axis(image)?

UBJAR.png


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