Microgravity is a state in which gravity is reduced to almost negligible levels, such as during space flight.
Very weak gravity, as in the weightlessness occurring in orbiting spacecraft
an environment in which there is minimal gravitational force
A condition in which the effects of gravity are greatly reduced.
The condition of near weightlessness induced by free-fall or unpowered space flight. It also refers to the scientific discipline concerned with the evaluation of the processes in a near-zero gravity environment, particularly those of fluid physics, life, and material sciences. Search for microgravity books on Amazon.co.uk
Microgravity is a state where the gravity is reduced to almost negligible levels, such as during space flight.
An environment, produced by freefall, that alters the local effects of gravity and makes objects seem weightless.
A condition of near-weightlessness that can be achieved in spaceflight, as well as in parabolic aircraft flights and drop towers.
Microgravity is a term commonly applied to a condition of free-fall within a gravitational field in which the weight of an object is reduced compared to its weight at rest on Earth.
Condition of near-weightlessness experienced by a person or object in free fall as it orbits a star or planet. In a spacecraft orbiting the Earth, gravity is reduced to one ten-thousandth (1/10000) of its value at the planet's surface.