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`V = (2*pi*R)/T`

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The **Mean Circular Orbital Velocity **calculator computes the mean velocity of an object in a circular orbit based on the radius (R) and the period (T).

**INSTRUCTIONS**: Choose units and enter the following:

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**R**) This is the radius of the circular orbit - (
**T**) This is the period of the circular orbit

**Mean Circular Velocity (V)**: The calculator returns the velocity in meters per second. However this can be automatically converted to compatible units via the pull-down menu.

The equation for mean circular orbital velocity is:

`V = (2•π•R)/T`

where:

**V**=mean circular orbit velocity**R**= radius of circular motion (orbit)**T**= Period of orbit (complete rotation)

**Author: Merlin**