The Motion and Travel calculator Constant Acceleration Motioncontains equations for physical motion on the earth, in the air and in space.
The Motion and Travel calculator has physics equations related to measurements, distances and other factors associated with motion on the earth and in space. It includes the ability to calculate distances traveled, time required to cross those distances based on user entered velocities. The equations are general (kinematic) physics equations, astronomy/astrodynamics equations and Euclidean geometry equations. The astronomical equations include distance data to the moon, planets, sun, stars and galaxies. The information is reasonably accurate and includes some fun Ballistic Range and change based on delta heightconcepts from science fiction including Star Trek's warp speed in some of the astronomical calculations.
The equations include the following:
Thanks to my friend Bob Hicks for pointing me to the first Earth distance equations (Haversine)