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parabolic path up in the sky. For a time ranging from 10 to 20 seconds, along the top part of the

parabolic flight, an environment

simulating zero gravity is created within the plane. This effect can

for zero-G parabolic training flights.

giving rise to the name "Vomit Comet", the plane used by NASA

Currently there is a private company that will sell you a zero-G ride,

This lab will have you take a look at the parabolic path to try to determine the maximum altitude the

plane reaches. First, you will work with data given about the parabola to come up with a quadratic

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