The seven ways used by scientists to simulate zero gravity

The seven ways used by scientists to simulate zero gravity


Many experiments in astrophysics, astrobiology, physics and chemistry must be conducted in zero gravity and not everyone is able to go to the International Space Station. Fortunately, there are ways to simulate microgravity on Earth. There are seven ways to be more specific:

• freefall tubes;
• freefall towers;
• Parabolic flights;
• underwater training;
• Sounding rockets;
• recoverable satellites;
• high altitude balloons.


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