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Moving Around in Space If you are free-floating in the middle of space with no gravitational forces nearby, is it possible for you to turn around by moving any body parts (like hitting yourself in the shoulder or swinging your arms)? Remember that in order to move your body, you must be acted on by an external force (a body at rest remains at rest, according to Newton's Law). Cosmicopia -- Ask Us - Space Physics
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