Orbiting the Earth and falling while within an aircraft are the same thing. Both are considered "zero g" meaning that if a scale is placed beneath the observer in either scenario, no weight or mass can be measured. Once the observer comes back to Earth, they are considered to be at 1g. Scientists at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration have proposed that micro gravity (written as "micro g") exists when orbiting the Earth but has yet to be proven mathematically using physics equatio...
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