Since the "normal force" is zero.
(An example of a "normal force" is the upward force exerted by something as a reaction to the weight of an object which is on it.)
A fuller answer:
It's a bit like being in a fast moving elevator (a "lift"), but more extreme. When the elevator goes down, you feel a bit lighter.
Gravity is pulling you down just the same, but it's not pulling you into the falling elevator floor quite so hard.
On a space station you are in "free fall".
You and the spacecraft and everything in it are "falling" at the same rate.
The chair would not push up on you.
That makes you feel "weightless".
(Of course you don't fall to Earth because you also have a "forward velocity"
too and that keeps you in orbit.)
We sense gravity mainly by the fact that chairs, floors, etc resist the down force of our weight and push upwards on us.
(Actually the Earth's gravity is a bit weaker in space. In the International Space station it's about 90% of the Earth's surface gravity. But that's not the
reason you feel weightless.)
On a real space ship, it is called the Commander's chair.
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WHEN there a evil twin sits in the evil chair
astronauts sleep by being staped to the wall, a chair, or a bed
First sequence: Plush chair, Fainting couch, Folding beach chair, Metal lawn chair and Barstool Second sequence: Bell, Watermelon, Cherries, Lemon, Log, Anvil, Rubber duck and Ball of yarn Third sequence : Various flowers Last sequence : Lawn gnome, Bulldozer, Giant juju-bee, Beethoven bust, Cup of tea, Tobacco pipe and Douglas Adams
I am not sitting in a chair!
Because you're not that heavy and you're weightless
Broked is not a word - She broked the chair she was sitting on. Use broken - She had broken the chair she was sitting on. Or use broke - She broke the chair she was sitting on. Or use breaking - She was breaking the chair she was sitting on.
Bed is to sleeping Chair is to siting
Gravity holds you to the Earth, so if it holds you, it holds the chair and can hold you to the chair...
Two forces: gravity and the support force (according to Newton's law) that opposes it.
Ergonomic chairs conform to a person's posture. Sitting comfortably in your office chair makes for a better work day and more productivity. It often causes backache to be sitting all day and a good chair sometimes gives that relief.
Im not sitting on a chouch im sitting on a chair.
You sit on a chair by sitting on it! It is not hard, unless if you have a difficulty.