The Artificial gravity

one way to mimic gravity and its challenges in space


  • Ajit Kumar Chetry Chandigarh


Equivalence principle, centrifugal force, centripetal force, vyomanaut, acceleration, Coriolis Force, g-force


Gravity is one of the four fundamental forces of nature. It is the weakest force but dominant in galactic scale. This force has shape our solar system and has bind many stars to form a galaxy. Not only in space, gravity have also shaped the world around us and within us. But this same gravity has  become a retarding factor in our exploration. Our body has so much adapted with gravity that any small change in its value cause many physical challenges for human to work. This adaptation is a result of evolution from generations and not possible to alter so if we want to explore beyond our atmospheric boundary without any physical complication than we have to find some way to make gravity wherever we want and whenever we want. Fortunately a science has already been found by Albert Einstein and using his science many innovator have proposed very practical solutions and also the problems that inherits with it.


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How to Cite

Ajit Kumar Chetry, “The Artificial gravity: one way to mimic gravity and its challenges in space”, TEMSJ, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 17-22, Jun. 2021.