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Is there a place in the universe without gravity? [Physics]
posted March 6 2013 19:56.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is a very nice video to continue a previous post that i uploaded some months ago. In this entry i explained that astronauts in the ISS are not floating due to the lack of gravity but due to the fact that they are falling towards Earth.

Taking it a bit further, to the end of cosmos for example, the next video explains why there is absolutely no place in the universe without gravity.



[Link: SciShow]
 
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