# The spacecraft

The spacecraft spotted a radar device at altitude angle alpha = 34 degrees 37 minutes and had a distance of u = 615km from Earth's observation point.

Calculate the distance d of the spacecraft from Earth at the moment of observation. Earth is considered a sphere with a radius of 6378km.

Calculate the distance d of the spacecraft from Earth at the moment of observation. Earth is considered a sphere with a radius of 6378km.

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