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Professor Mac: Is There Gravity in Space?

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Professor Mac continues his explanation of gravity (see part one here) by exploring if gravity exists in space.

Iain McGregor writes:

Is there gravity in space? I've just finished my latest Professor Mac video which answers this question. All work was done in Blender.

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Iain McGregor

Iain McGregor creates the series of videos in which the character Professor Mac explains physics through the world of 3D animation.

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    • Why? He is right, this is how the gravity works. It has infinite range, so as long as there is single atom somewhere in the universe, there will be gravity in space.

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