## Introduction:

The Period of Revolution Calculator is a tool designed to calculate the period of revolution of an object in orbit around a celestial body, such as a planet or a star.

## Understanding Period of Revolution:

Period of revolution, often denoted as T, represents the time it takes for an object to complete one full orbit around another object. It is a fundamental concept in celestial mechanics and is a crucial parameter in understanding the dynamics of objects in space.

## Inputs:

The calculator requires two inputs from the user:

#### Radius (in meters):

The distance between the center of the celestial body and the orbiting object.

#### Gravitational Constant (m³/kg/s²):

A fundamental constant representing the strength of gravity in the universe.

## Formula For Period Of Revolution Calculator:

The calculator uses the following formula to calculate the period of revolution (T):

`T = 2π √(r³ / GM)`

• Where:
• T is the period of revolution (in seconds).
• π (pi) is a mathematical constant approximately equal to 3.14159.
• r is the radius (in meters).
• G is the gravitational constant (in m³/kg/s²).
• M is the mass of the celestial body (in kilograms).

## Calculation:

Upon entering the values for radius (r) and gravitational constant (G) into the calculator and clicking the “Calculate Period” button, the following steps are performed:

The calculator first checks if the entered values are valid (numeric).

If the values are valid, it calculates the period of revolution (T) using the formula mentioned above.

The result is displayed to the user.

## Output:

The calculated period of revolution (T) is displayed to the user in seconds.

## Interpretation:

The result represents the time it takes for the object to complete one full orbit around the celestial body based on the given inputs.

## Usage Of Period Of Revolution Calculator:

This calculator is useful for students, scientists, and anyone interested in understanding the orbital dynamics of objects in space. It can be used to calculate the period of revolution for satellites, planets, moons, or any other objects in orbit.