What is the meaning of the term "g force"?
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Answer / guest
Even though objects have different weights, the
acceleration due to Earth's gravitational attraction is the
same for every object on our planet. This acceleration is a
constant called "g".
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Answer / promise
The "g" stands for " Gravitational " force, it is caused mostly by acceleration in really fast moving Crafts. It can also be increased or decreased by a planetary body's surface gravity. Example, astronauts experience lesser "g" force while on the moon than here on earth. Also in Space.
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Answer / m.r.marashi
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