I'm not sure what you mean by this but if you want to replicate gravity on a spaceship than you have to have the entire spaceship spin around in a circular form creating centr…ifugal which is gravity created by circular motion and theoretically it should have the gravitational pull of mars. _____________ I think the questioner is asking about an object's "center of gravity", and how do you keep it in the same place on a rocket, or perhaps space ship in general. You would need some internal mechanism to shift matter from place to place (mercury pumped through conduits?) in the ship to compensate for moving fuel, persons, equipment, etc. This would be a costly thing to do, so you would need to be sure it's necessary for your application. It might be more important but less problematic for the precision deployment of rockets, since they are unmanned and usually have relatively short flights. The ship's center of gravity will be the ship's center of gravity, so the ship will maintain course and speed no matter how many times you tug your way to the observation deck.
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It is the point on the rocket where it balances it self, with the pull of gravity, and the amount of thrust it applies back on the ground to move up.
it pushes the rocket into the air to make it go higher.
I'm going to guess it's for easier guidance. If center of pressure were above CG, you'd blast your rocket so that's out, we're not pulling here, we're pushing. If CP is below …but too close to CG, you would have a balancing issue. Try to balance a tall object such as a broom on your hand. It's much easier to do than balancing a short object such as a pen. Easier to correct and stay under CG, with more distance.
The center of gravity affects the rockets flight by being gay.
Something that can be compressed a little so the pressure can build up, and to be very hard to compress... so find something with those two qualities
In the middle, but it changes constantly as the pressurized liquid leaves the bottle.
near the nose of the rocket
It is in Huntsville, Alabama
The same way a chemical rocket works. Instead of burning fuel to create a force to propel the rocket, stored pressure released in one direction propels the rocket. Both chemi…cal and pressure rockets make use of Newton's Third Law of Motion, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
You can find this by balancing the rocket on two fingers to balance it out. The center of mass is not in the same place of all rockets.