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State vector may refer to:
Two examples of the latter are:
- A state vector (geographical) specifies the position and velocity of an object in any location on Earth's surface
- Orbital state vectors are vectors of position and velocity that together with their time, uniquely determine the state of an orbiting body in astrodynamics or celestial dynamics
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