In my AP Physics class, we just went over Kepler's laws. He said that these laws were true for any object that orbits another. I asked him if these laws also applied to electrons orbiting around an atom. He said that since they are traveling at or very close to the speed of light, that other laws came into play. Does anyone in this group know of these laws and/or any equations?
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