How do those zero gravity flights work?



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    Zero gravity flights basically simulate weightlessness. It happens in an airplane following a particular parabolic flight path. Once the zero-g plane reaches an altitude of about 24,000 and 32,000 feet, it dives in a certain way. “As the plane goes over the top of the arc, the centrifugal force exerted on the plane and everything in it cancels out the gravitational force pulling downwards. At this point, passengers experience microgravity — it feels as if you are weightless because only negligible gravitational forces are present.”

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