How do you lift in paragliding simulator Google Earth yes how?
as long as its moving at the right speed, air is flowing over the wings and lift force is created due to wing design, which balances gravity force. (google / aerofoil lift)
Maybe you think of Atlas, the titan. He did not lift the earth but carried the sky on his shoulders.
Flight on earth uses the movement of air over a wings or rotor blades to gain lift. Unlike earth the moon has no atmosphere that can be used to provide that lift.
On earth, 490N or more is required to lift 50kg
All the heart beats in a day can certainly lift the car by many feet. All the hearts from the earth, combined together can lift the earth, for sure.
go to google it gives the answer
George Cayley google it or use wikipedia because it is highly reliable
You can find the hinge when entering "lift top coffee table hinges" in google. We found it but it cost $160!!!!! good luck
On earth, any vertical force greater than 661.39 pounds will lift a mass of 300 kg.
of course , but it would not be the same weight as on earth
power pure power
ellie mcdonald can not lift 200 grams
We can't jump or lift anything.
Go to google, type in same question. Go to "Energy to space".
Found out the answer myself. You press the up key as you drag.
It would be much easier to lift a truck on the moon because there is no gravity out in space, so it would be simpler and not as heavy.
yes with my own finer nails i can lift a person. haha go on google sucker
Be serious, lift a finger for yourself and google the "Periodic Table of the Elements".
Normally rockets do not orbit the earth. Rockets lift/put satellites into space, some of which orbit the earth. The first satellite to orbit the earth was the Soviet Union's Sputnik-1
I have one an she is a girl because if you lift the tail it has a marking. look it up on google.
Push, pull, or lift something up (farther away from the center of the Earth).
To lift off the earth against the force of gravity. To go up.
The weight of any given mass is about 16.5% on the moon compared to its weight on Earth. So, for example, an object that weighs a ton (2,000 pounds) on Earth would weigh about 331 pounds on the moon. A machine built to lift huge trucks would need only 16.5% of the force to do the job on the moon, compared to the force it would require on Earth.
He can't. If he can lift and carry 150 pounds on earth, then he can lift and carry 150 pounds on the moon. The thing is ... that 150 pounds is 6 times as much mass on the moon. If he brought that same 150-pound package back to earth with him, it would weigh 900 pounds on earth. He can carry larger masses on the moon, but not heavier weights.
Why it is difficult to lift a large stone on the surface of the earth but easy to lift a smaller one?
The large stone has more mass than the smaller stone and thus experiences more force from gravity. That force, called weight, must be overcome in order to lift the stone.
Lift can be increased by curving the wing downward. Most aircraft have 'flaps' at the rear inner edge of the wing to achieve this. Some aircraft even have 'slats' at the front of the wing to increase lift even more. - If you google 'aircraft slats', you will see a great picture of slats and flaps on an Airbus A310
Apollo 11 lifted up on 16/7/1969.
gravity, it is the force that pulls everything towards the centre of the earth.
well your weight in space is just your mass timed 10 so maybe you do the same for this? 65 pounds times 10?
Google has a constalation of 13 Satellites in orbit around earth for networking, mapping, and communication purposes. The first satellite, Google1, was launched on February 3rd, 2005 atop an Ares3 heavy lift vehicle from Launch Complex 32 at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Subsequent Satellites were launched approximately every 3 months with the noted failure of Google 9 which was lost due to launch vehicle failure 78 seconds after launch. Google 10 was subsequently renamed… Read More
the earth will be in dangerous because maybe our world will in trouble if her orbiting is not in the way that lift in the sun is better than to it's place
No. An object on Mars would weigh about 38% of what it does on Earth. The _mass_ would be the same, however, so you would be able to lift it easier, but pushing it and stopping it would be the same as on Earth.
A- lift B- thrust C- gravity D- pressure
Not sure, but I never see any when I go to the gym. Ha!
The gravity on the moon is approximately 1/6th that of the gravity on earth. That means if he was able to lift 20 kilograms on earth, he could lift 6 times that on the moon, i.e. 120 kilograms. Gravity is a mysterious force that pulls things toward one another.
That can't be answered because the weight lifter could not stand on the part that we can see, which is the top of a very thick cloud layer.
To remove your battery door insert your finger nails at the bottom and lift the door.then open the cover of the battery.you can do it easily.
It would have to be a strong tornado to lift up tons of electronics underground!
The airplane will accelerate towards the surface of the earth which, if not accounted for, will result in a structural failure of the aircraft.
For Archimedes to move the Earth with a lever he would need: - a rock to put under the Earth (to act as a fulcrum) - a board/stick long enough & strong enough to lift the Earth - somewhere to stand....he can't stand ON the Earth and move it, so where would he stand?..........in space?
Type on google "wheelchair van service, your city and state" something should come up near you.
Thrust would point in the direction of travel. Drag would counter thrust, so generally in a direction 180 degrees from the thrust vector's direction. The lift vector would point in the direction (generally) away from the center of the earth. The gravity vector would point toward the center of the earth.
Wow. There is less gravity on the moon so inturn that makes it easier to lift weights.
It has enough weight under Earth-like gravity that one must exert themselves considerably to lift it.
20x G(gravitational constant 9.81ish) 20x9.81=196.2 Newtons
Compare the amnt force needed to lift a 10 kg rock on the Earth and on the Moon-which is greater and whyBNow compare the amount of force needed2throw the rock horiz at the same speed in 2 locat?
This site is not the place to go for answers to your homework or tests. Nobody here is cruel enough to do that to you. It takes less force to lift things on the moon than to lift them on Earth, but the same force to throw them horizontally in both places. You can find the reasons explained in the book and other materials you used in the same class where the questions came from… Read More
Telekinesis. In the real world, you could slide something under the bag and lift that. For a scientific thrill, slide a steel plate under the bag and use a strong rare-earth magnet to lift the plate. OR, 1) Use a coat hanger. 2) Use a crane (because size does matter). 3) Get someone else to get the bag for you. cheers!!
How do you reach an oil pump on 1999 F250 V10 not sure engine can be pulled have heard that I have to lift body instead?
a mechanic will tell you u need to lift cab. but the engine can be pulled by removing the grill the radiator suoort and radiator. it is a bif job but can be done why on earth would they design a vehicle where you have to lift cab is beyond me , and altho i an a ford man, that would be the reason i would not buy one
A Fulcrum is a simple machine invented by the greek mathematician Archimedes who theorized that with a large enough fulcrum one could move the Earth. As for use in a sentance? Here ya go. Archimedes used a fulcrum to lift the earth.
Due to the lighter gravity, yes it would be "easier" to carry a heavy object on the moon. It would weigh only a fraction of it's weight on earth (about 83.3% less).