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**Linnus** The magnitude of the attractive force of gravity between two bodies is *F* = *GMm*/*r* 2. *G* is a constant equal to 6.67×10−11 N·m2/kg2, *M* and *m* are the masses, and *r* is the distance between the centers of the two bodies. The gravitational force of a star of mass 1.14×1032 kg and radius 3.48×109 m is the sole force acting on a rocket of mass 1.25×106 kg. The rocket is stationary relative to the star at distance of 1.85×1011 m. Sadly, the rocket has exhausted its fuel, and it will be pulled to its doom inside the star. How fast will it be moving when it reaches the surface of the star?