Subject: could a person acheive weightlessness in an object with centripetal acceler
Date: Mon Jan 31 19:03:55 2000
Posted by Will
Grade level: 10-12
School: Clay high
City: Oregon State/Province: Ohio
Area of science: physics
I am asking because i was wandering if a man were in a rotating space station,
if he ran in the opposite direction than it was spinning, if he wold float . If
that was the case then if he ran the same direction it was spinning would he
have a greater weight.
Re: could a person acheive weightlessness in an object with centripetal acceler
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