No, you would not feel an earthquake in the air for a few reasons. The only physical connection between the airplane and the ground while flying is air. Air is a gas. A gas can be compressed so it will act like a buffer and absorb the shock waves. Also being high in the atmosphere, you are far away from the earth, which is quaking so there is a lot of air between you to absorb the quake. Plus as you go up in the atmosphere, the air gets thinner so there's less air to vibrate. Just to give you an example, even if you held a seismograph a few inches off the ground, it wouldn't detect anything. Now if a highly sensitive piece of equipment couldn't feel it, you're safe in the air.
no, if you are not touching the ground, you will not feel it.
If you are flying in an airplane when an earthquake occurs, you will not feel it. It would be a relief to take off right before an earthquake struck the place you departed from, assuming you don't have any relatives or friends to worry about. Once airborne, your plane will still need a safe place to land, however.
Because Of The Cabin Pressure
No you can only see the plate tecktonics moving the ground.
it feels sickish in your stomach at first but then it feels fun
"No", would be the short answer.
yes because you can feel the vibrations in the water while you are in a boat
The drag of an airplane is the air resistance caused by the plane flying through air. Similar to when you pull your hand through water and feel resistance.
A RC simulator is a combination of computer graphics and mechanical mechanisms that allows you to simulate the actual look and feel of flying an airplane.
seeing the airplane/jet or whatever it was flying, meaning someone was getting released
flying is the corrrect spelling not "fling" which is fling as in having an affair!!
Yes but if it is a small earthquake you are less likely to notice it because you are probably moving at the time.
yes, even on a lake there may be a tsunami wave
because the seismograph is a machine or Thing that can feel and sometimes see and earthquake while humans cant because we dont have super hearing lik a seismograph does.
You can feel a earthquake when you can feel the floor start to vibrate. You can also feel it because you feel lots of pressure coming down on you,and your body can feel that. Some people even feel a earthquake from a mile away.
Birds feel colder when they are flying
That's because an orbiting spacecraft is constantly falling, but ... let's hope ... the aircraft you're riding in is not.
an eagle when they are flying
They can actually feel the earthquake.
No. An earthquake can only be felt when on the ground.
It would feel not cool but scary.
you feel a lot of shaking