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Mécanique - Superman et la gravité

Superman et la gravité

Extrait de : Les Grands entretiens - Roland Lehoucq

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Roland Lehoucq, astrophysicien, explique le phénomène de la gravité. Il a évalué, selon les données sur les performances de Superman, que la gravité de la planète Krypton est trente fois supérieure à la gravité terrestre. Il précise que les performances physiques et les caractéristiques naturelles sont régulées et fixées par la gravité de la planète habitée.

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