Microgravity and the science of floating (and falling) in space | Watch This Space



Turns out life without gravity is incredibly hard. Claire Reilly takes a look at the powerful forces holding us back, and what it’s actually like to spend 24 hours a day in microgravity.

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8 thoughts on “Microgravity and the science of floating (and falling) in space | Watch This Space

  • March 15, 2019 at 7:17 pm
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    good stuff, thoughts on the movie interstellar and it's concepts of gravity?

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  • March 15, 2019 at 7:17 pm
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    Absolutely fabulous presentation! Loved the information that I will probably never use and all the humor too. I had thought we could also make an artificial "no gravity" space by having a liquid that is the same density as our own bodies. Hopefully something transparent and good smelling/tasting. (that would be another idea for a video?)

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