Falling Feather Activity

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This activity provides instructions for repeating Galileo's famous experiment showing that objects of different mass fall at the same rate. Galileo predicted that heavy objects and light ones would fall at the same rate because the resistance of a mass to movement cancels the additional attraction between it and the earth.


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