any direction. you can go any direction to get out of the center of the earth, but the center is to hot for humans, so dont try it
It will decrease not by much though it is not noticeable compared to the earths radius
Because the value of "g" varies directly with the sum of the masses of the two bodies acted upon by the force of gravity. If you go inside the earth, only part of the mass of the earth will be attracting you toward its center; the mass of the part of the earth that is farther from the center than you are will be attracting you away from the center. If it were possible to reach the center of the earth, the value of "g" would reach zero because the mass of the earth would be acting upon equally you in all directions.
The exact direction in which Earth's axis points is not so important; what matters is how much this axis is inclined. This doesn't change much over a precession cycle.
the center of the earth
Which center, on the western or on the Eastern.
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.
Directly opposite the center of the earth.
It's toward the center of the Earth. We call that direction "down".
magnitude - 9.8 m/s2 direction - towards the center of the earth On or near the surface of the Earth, it's 9.8 meters (32.2 feet) per second2 , nominally toward the center of the Earth. On or near other planets, the number is different, and the direction is nominally toward the center of that planet.
Always toward the center of the Earth.
In the same direction of the force (if near the center of balance). If the force is away from the center of balance, it might spin it.
No matter in which direction we look, all of the galaxies outside of our "local cluster"are moving away from the earth. And get this ... the farther a galaxy already isfrom us, the faster it's moving away from us.It looks as if we're in the center of everything, and everything is spreading out andmoving away from us. On the other hand, no matter where in the universe an observer might be, it would appear to them that they were at the center, and everything was moving away from them.
The gravity at the centre of the Earth (due to the Eath's mass) is Zero.
The direction of the strongest gravitational force in my office is toward the center of the Earth ... the direction I call "down". I don't have a classroom.
The direction of acceleration is always in the same direction as the force. That's nominally toward the center of the Earth. (Technically, it could be slightly off-center, if you happen to be in the presence of a large, massive, non-symmetrical piece of the Earth, like a mountain. But it's pretty accurate to simply say that it's always toward the center of the Earth.)
The Earth's gravity pulls the Moon towards it and its center.