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Throwing boomerangs and curve balls would still be entertaining, as the aerodynamic forces involved won't stop existing in microgravity. You can also play numbers involving angular momentum, by holding a spinning wheel and just moving it around. This could also be educational to show kids and teens how reaction wheels work. diving into floating pools would ...


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By no means an exhaustive answer but you can consider: "Show of elegance in SloMo", a masterful use of: inertia and moments of inertia.For the latter, start for how the cats reorient themselves in free fall (rotating/extending sequentially the front/back paws).Combine with group performance, where moments of inertia can be passed around between the ...


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