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A rocket is set for outer space, but it must overcome the forces of gravity and air resistance to get there.
The rocket will stay still until the engine starts. When this happens it will take off.
The rocket continues to accelerate until it reaches space, where gravity will no longer pull it down.
The rocket finally reaches space, where it can move at a constant speed because no other forces are affecting it.
A smaller rocket is going in the opposite direction of the first, and the two are on track to collide.
The two rockets collide and the opposing forces send them in opposite directions.
Since the first rocket is larger and more massive, it will travel much slower than the smaller rocket.
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