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Re: Gravity Research?

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on November 8, 1999 08:30:18 UTC

: Is anyone looking into how gravity works at the center of any large body in the universe. For example: It seems to me that if you could hollow out a small round chamber in the middle of the earth, and stand on any point in that small chamber, you would be weightless. Unless, of course, you could cancel out the gravity over your head. then you would only weigh about 1/4 as much as if you were on the surface. Right or wrong?


What it is?

How we see it working?

When we measure my weight at earth, it is example, 80kg. At moon it is, some about 20 kg. At space, my weight is, 0 kg.

This means, that earth, or moon, or sun, dont has weight.

Gravity is not that thing, which keep planets together.

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