zero gravity


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ze·ro grav·i·ty

(zē'rō grav'i-tē),
A physical state existing in space or at a time in flight when the centrifugal thrust of a parabolic glide or turn exactly counteracts the force of gravity.

zero gravity

a physical state of weightlessness in space or during flight when the centrifugal thrust on a body in a parabolic glide exactly counteracts the force of gravity.

ze·ro grav·i·ty

(zē'rō grav'i-tē)
A physical state existing in space or at a time in flight when the centrifugal thrust of a parabolic glide or turn exactly counteracts the force of gravity.
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