Questions tagged [artificial-gravity]

For questions about the use of technology to produce an alternative attractive force instead of gravity. Examples of alternatives might include magnetism or centripetal ("centrifugal") force. This tag is often associated with, though not dependent on, the "science-based" tag.

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Is it believable to have a spaceship spin around a weight for artificial gravity?

In my narrative universe, there will be ships that use a 1g acceleration for artificial gravity. However, when they are not accelerating (whether on a longer journey at a constant velocity or simply "...
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Would an anti-gravity organ allow kaiju to avoid cube-square problems?

It is (around here, anyway) quite well known that science does not allow the existence of kaiju, mainly because of the cube-square law. bones rip themselves out To my understanding, this boils down ...
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Spin gravity on an abandoned ship

If a cylindrical rocket ship with a diameter of about 350 meters were spinning on its long axis, would more than just the interior surface of the outer hull have artificial gravity? The ships decks ...
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How fast do we spin this for 'One g'

Following on from this question. Question Context : Mars second moon Deimos has been converted into a generation ship. A considerable portion of its mass has been shaved off during the process &...
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Using Magnet Technology to Make a Rotating Space Station?

For an artificial gravity ring station, could you make a central hub, using similar magnet technology used to levitate magnet trains here on earth, to reduce the amount of mass rotating? My thoughts ...