# What's the maximum G-force a human can withstand?

9 g's

## What is the fastest thing on earth?

From cheetahs to airplanes: 11 of the fastest things out there

1. Land animal: the cheetah. ...
2. Air animal: the peregrine falcon. ...
3. Sea animal: the black marlin. ...
4. Automotive: Bugatti Veyron EB 16.

## Can you accelerate indefinitely in space?

As long as you have useable energy in your ship, you can use it to accelerate indefinitely your propellant in the opposite direction you want to accelerate; this is how rockets work.

## Do G forces exist in space?

Whether around Earth, the Moon or in the depths of space, every object still experiences the force and acceleration of gravity.

## How many Gs is 120 mph?

Golden Member. 120 mph in 4 seconds, that's like a 100 G's.

## Is 79000 G Possible?

The 79,000 g is possible and correct for a low mass object like an individual dust particle that is circulating in a small radius of 0.

## How many G's is 1000 mph?

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Conversions Table
20 Miles Per Hour Per Second to Standard Gravity = 0.

## How fast is 5gs in mph?

Mach number (named after Ernst Mach, Austrian physicist) is the speed of an object divided by the speed of sound (with air temperature 20° C 343 m/s or 1235 km/h or 770 mph).

## How fast is 1G in space?

According to wikipedia, interstellar travel at 1G would take approximately 1 year + the distance in lightyears. Proxima Centauri (4.

## Is 1 g acceleration possible?

constant 1g acceleration is the only way to achieve relativistic effects and get a spacecraft across significant distances in a human lifetime as measured aboard the spacecraft. In space 1g is actually a very high acceleration.

## Why do the ships on the expanse fly backwards?

Oh, you should note that often the spaceships are flying backwards because they don't actually fly in space. Flying implies using air to create lift and that's not what's going on here.