There are a few different ways to describe what it feels like to be in zero-g. One way to describe it is that it feels like you're floating

What does it feel like to be in zero-g?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to float around in zero-gravity?

In this blog post, we’ll be discussing what it feels like to be in zero-g, based on first-hand accounts. We’ll also talk about some of the ways that people have adapted to living and working in zero-g. So if you’re curious about what it’s like to live and work in space, read on !

There are a few different ways to describe what it feels like to be in zero-g. One way to describe it is that it feels like you’re floating. Another way to describe it is that it feels like you’re weightless. And finally, some people say that it feels like you’re falling. However, all of these descriptions have one thing in common: being in zero-g feels very strange and can take some time to get used to.

Living and working in zero-g can be a challenge, but people have adapted in a few different ways. One way is by wearing special clothing that helps to keep them anchored to surfaces. Another way is by using special equipment that helps them to move around in zero-g. And finally, people have also adapted by learning how to sleep in zero-g. Sleeping in zero-g can be tricky because you have to be careful not to float away.

To experience Zero G in real life you can took a look at our Zero G Experience here