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Hi Miss Florence,In the website it said that it was a plain and that it was achieved by doing aerobatic maneuvers known as parabolas. I loved the video! I love these posts.See you,Axel G
Hello Miss Florence,What I think of the video is: How it WorksAboard our specially modified Boeing 727, G-FORCE ONE, weightlessness is achieved by doing aerobatic maneuvers known as parabolas. ZERO-G’s passengers experience true weightlessness.The pilots then begins to pull up, gradually increasing the angle of the aircraft to about 45° to the horizon reaching an altitude of 34,000 feet. During this pull-up, passengers will feel the pull of 1.8 Gs. Next the plane is “pushed over” to create the zero gravity segment of the parabola. For the next 20-30 seconds everything in the plane is weightless. Next a gentle pull-out is started which allows the flyers to stabilize on the aircraft floor. This maneuver is repeated 12-15 times, each taking about ten miles of airspace to perform. The first time I tried to enter the video didn't start. The second one I couldn't hear it. But at last I could. Thank you for the page Miss Florence, I really going to have it handy. For instance.KissesLucia L. 6a Fleming
Hi Florence, I read the page and saw the video. I understand more a less, but I did understand some things. Thanks for posting it, now I understand much better.Bye Bye!See you.Mili F. Pchica 6B
Hi florenceI never thought that you could reach the zero gravity on a plane.I understand that by doing parabolas in a certain speed there is zero gravity!At the top of the parabola you could attain zero gravity for 20/30 secondsmaximo.bonora6a puntachica bye!
Hi Miss AleThe website was very intresting. I think physics is a very important topic. It was amazing too see that when you are in a plane there is 0 gravity, THAT IS UNBELIVEABLE!!!KissesValen P.
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