Which planet spins like a bowling ball?
Uranus' axial tilt is at 97 degrees. This means it orbits lying to it's side. Venus, the 2nd planet from the sun, appears to spin 'backwards.'
Rotation is how an object spins on its axis, like a planet, or a baseball or tennis ball with spin on it. Revolution is how an object revolves around another object, like the Earth around the Sun or a tether ball around the pole.
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All of the planets spin like a top, even the Sun!
There's going to be a greater density in the bowling ball, because its ALOT heavier and isn't hallow like the balloon.
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just like your shaking someones hand
Uranus, though unfortunately no one really knows why. Pluto also has a horizontal axis so it rolls on its side as well. However, Pluto is now classified as a dwarf planet so Uranus is the only planet of the 7 that spins this way.
The question is hard to understand, but one could most likely have a bowling ball printed at the Kingpin bowling alley in St. Peter's. However, other companies exist that will print custom bowling balls like bowlerstore.
by bowling a new ball in dream,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
planet jupiter look like a ball, but its really huge.
The bowling ball consists of many things like rock cement and sometimes hollow in the very middle. It depends on how heavy the ball is. If the ball is 12 lbs. it will consist of about 11 lbs. of cement or rock and about 1 lbs. of hard plastic.
every planet has it own axis and that's how it spins. Its like an invisible line going though the planet and like Uranus has a straight axis and every other planet has a tilt. That tells when the planet is in summer and or winter.
How could you carry out a demonstration on Earth of a feather falling at the same rate of a bowling ball?
You will need to add weight to the feather. That's like asking to demonstrate the that of a helium filled balloon and a bowling ball.
because they both rotate. If you hold the string with your and swing the ball around, the ball going around your hand is like a planet going around its star.
Of course! I mean how would you like to be hit with a bowling ball? You'd feel pretty sad too!
It was a heavy ball, Kinda like our today "Bowling Ball" It was slighty lighter to allow the ball to enter the hoop.
Can a pitching machine work as a bowling machine i.e would the ball bounce like a bowling machine or not?
No the machine is made to hold up to 2 pounds
It spins around the earth on an axis like how the planets spin around the sun.
It dosent look like a disco ball, its a small round ball of ice...and its not a planet anymore.
Think of any ball you have ever held in your hand. A baseball, a softball, a tennis ball, a bowling ball - those are all spheres.
a satellite is held in orbit around any planet by the affect of that planets gravitational well. A large body in space warps the gravitational field much like a bowling ball on a taut sheet.
Bowling is called bowling because you have a bowling ball and the way that most people knock the pins over they bowl them over kind of like if you are in a busy shopping centre you might bowl over a little kid. that's my theory
Men's bowling shoes cannot be purchased at just any shoe store. They can be bought online (Amazon) or at your local bowling alley outfitter (together with a new ball if you like).
The ball is the planet in orbit, the person twirling it is like the sun. the string is the gravitational pull between the two, while the orbital velocity of the ball tries to escape (if you let the ball go it would fly away).
rock much like our own planet
yes. if you throw a 6lb ball it will look like its going to be a strike but the ball ends up being to light to knock down all the pins causing the ball to deflect not hit like it should
You don't want to oil a ball. It'll skid around on the lane and you won't score as well as you would like.
it depends if your bowling for fun theyll have everything you need at your local bowling ally if your bowling for competition you might want to consider buying a bowling ball (straight ball instead of a ball with hook if you are a beginner). and if you know you will bowl alot and in a lot of tournaments and leagues you might want to buy your own set of bowling shoes. the only other thing… Read More
They usually have numbers that indicate the number of pounds on the sides. I like the 6 ones!
handball is not a sport but how to do handball is this you have to make the ball bounce on the ground and slam on the wall and it bounces back to you. You can make someone . There are lots of moves for handball like hardies. You hit the ball hard. Fireball is when the ball spins so rapidly that when it touches the wall and bounces back it spins hard and it goes… Read More
First Response: To play tenpin bowling, at minimum you need: a bowling ball, a pair of socks, and a pair of bowling shoes. Bowling Ball - this is used to roll down the lane and knock the pins down. It varies in weight usually between six and sixteen pounds. You should use the heaviest one you can easily swing and control. A young-adult to adult male should be using a sixteen pound ball. If you… Read More
very messy if it hit somebody
scientist believe that something crash it and it was so powerful that it completely changed its path
me 2.5-5 sec depending on how good a ball i throw but the pros can get it down to like 1.5-2 sec
Bowling does not have a uniform per se. Most professional tend to wear slacks and a button up loose shirt with their names on the back of them. Common bowling equipment consist of a bowling ball, weighing between 6-16 pounds and a pair of bowling shoes. The shoes normally consist of a rubber heel and a slide pad on the front.
The moon stabilizes the Earth's axial tilt, like a counter balance. Picture someone swinging a bowling ball around their body, at the end of a 3 foot (1 meter) chain. If they get the ball spinning fast enough, they will have to lean back to counter the centrifugal force of the bowling ball. When the rotational velocity is stable, and the person's angle of leaning is stable, it is a suitable representation of the Earth-Moon… Read More
the earth atmosphere surrounds us like a giant ball
T.I in the movie Takers
As a Strike is symbolized with an X, the strike symbol of / is used which looks like part of the X symbol.
Nope! Galileo proved that when he dropped a bowling ball and a small ball at the same time and they both landed at the bottom at the same time, but when you're thinking about like a feather and a bowling ball, the feather has more air pockets for air to go through, so the feather falls slower.
They all use different ones. Most professionals are sponsored by different bowling ball compaines, so they all get to pick wich type of ball they would like to use. They do have a few things in common though. They all have reactive cores, and they all weigh about the same, between 12 to 16 pounds.
A Dusra is when an off spinner bowls a ball that looks like it will off-spin, but spins away to the left, like a leg spinner. When a leg-spinner does this it is a googly
It depends. From a socio-geographic standpoint, an "axis" is an alliance of nations formed for political or military reasons. From a purely geographical standpoint, an "axis" is the imaginary line that goes from the north pole to the south pole through the center of a planet. The planet spins in its axis like a wheel spins on an axle.
with more air resitance with a more flat surface such as a piece a paper like if you dropped a bowling ball and a sheat of paper off a bulding the bowling ball would get to the bottom first not just because its heavier its because i has a round surface and the paper has a flat surface .
It's a gas ball and not likely to be inhabited
A Star is a big, hot ball of gas like sun. And a planet is like the earth, Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn, mars etc.
In tenpin bowling, the inserts uses vary for different bowling. Some like the feel or the way they look. Some have inserts to aid them in a better grip. The most common reason however, is to help with release and rotation. This is especially true of the finger grips which will the bowler to "flip" the ball during release adding a litle extra rotation than might otherwise be possible.
No, that is just silly. A bowling ball would not fly at all, and could not be rolled on the greens, nor would it stay on a tee, or fit in the hole. If you hit a bowling ball with a graphite shafted club, the club would break, if you hit it with a steel shafted club, the club would break, and debris would fly up and possibly stick in your eye, blinding you. Your… Read More
Because when you strike the pins with the ball, it feels like you're godzilla and throwing boulders at buildings and as we all know, us humans like to destroy things.
the planet mercury looks like a big ball of smushed red hotz.