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Questions tagged [artificial-gravity]

Use this tag to refer to mechanisms used in science-fiction works altering or creating gravity. Can be used in conjunction with the [gravity] tag.

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Book about government department controlling the release of advanced technology

I read a book a few months/years/lifetimes ago. To be fairly specific about it, without giving away the plot, it's about a scientist and his team that discover how to create and control gravity and ...
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Why isn't the Gravity Machine ever used as a weapon?

In Dragon Ball, the Z Fighters train under high artificial gravity to be extremely strong under normal gravity. I don't recall the Gravity Machine having an upper limit to its effect, though, and ...
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How does Finn sit in the gunner seat with gravity affecting him [duplicate]

I'm thinking that if Finn is sitting in the Millenium Falcon and then runs to the lower turret, then as he sits in the chair for the lower turret, he is literally facing down. This means gravity from ...
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Why can characters walk/run on space ships in Gundam?

I was watching Zeta and realized that characters seem to walk or even run around fine for the most part, but then when they need to move quickly or ascend, they simply jump and float to where they ...
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How are (landing) doors kept open in Star Wars? [duplicate]

My question is a possible duplication but I am trying to be specific from this question "How does gravity work on Star Wars ships?" My question is when space ships are docking into big stations like ...
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Why Don't People Float while on Starships In Star Wars? [duplicate]

In every scene from Star Wars, where people are in a space shuttle, flying through space, they appear to be under the force of gravity, as if they are on a planet like earth... If they were truly in ...
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How does gravity work on the DeathStar? [duplicate]

The Death Star is spherical, and as big as a moon. It has a gravity generator, but how does it work ? Which one of the case below (Fig.1 or Fig.2) is the correct one ?
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Why change the artificial gravity orientation on the Death Star's different sections?

From How does the Death Star gravity work? we learn that: Gravity within the battle station was handled by omni-directional gravity boosters built into the decks, walls and ceilings. These gravity ...
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How does a Star Destroyer generate artificial gravity? [duplicate]

In a Star Destroyer we see people walking around , so there has to be some kind of artificial gravity. In this question, How does the Death Star gravity work? there is a pretty clear explanation on ...