do you mean where is zero gravity?
if so it is all in space and sometimes at science places such as a lab where scientist study zero gravity. to me that stuff is awesome you can float in the air and stuff its awesome.
There is no place in the universe that has zero gravity. No matter where you are some type of gravitational force is acting upon you. So there is no way to create zero gravity even in the vastness of space.
In zero gravity it keeps traveling in the same direction. That is to say its velocity does not change. So if its velocity is zero, it remains zero.
Zero Gravity, or weightlessness.
Gravity is a force that pulls you down to the centre of a planet. If it was zero gravity you wouldn't be pulled down. Earth is the only planet that has gravity that's why you "float" in space. I hope this has helped.
Zero! that's why it is called zero gravity!
Depends on the atmosphere. location, place, space and time of zero gravity
It's possible. There is a zero gravity area in the sea.
Yes; the gravity from different sides should cancel, for a net result of zero gravity.
Zero Gravity Amusement Park was created in 1992.
Zero Gravity Research Facility was created in 1966.
Zero Gravity - song - was created on 2012-03-20.
There is no "zero gravity" place. Gravity permeates all the universe. Astronauts in orbit are often said to be in zero gravity but they are, in reality, on a position where their orbital velocity balances the attraction of the Earth.
No. Gravity is a force with unlimited reach. Gravitys grip-force decreases with an increase in the distance between bodies. In a nutshell, there is no zero gravity, but there is very close to zero gravity. In the deep space between and at extreme distances from any galaxies we find what is effectively zero gravity.
I THINK it is Zero-Gravity