An astronaut standing on the surface of the moon throws a ball
upwards. The ball would
(a) directly fall down from the point it is released.
(b) hang in space.
(c) go up and then come back to the surface of the moon.
(d) keep going up never to come back.


NCERT Class VIII
Science - Exemplar Problems

Chapter 17. Stars and Solar System

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2015-06-11T21:25:36+05:30

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(c) go up and then come back to the surface of the moon. .................is the asnwer
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Option (c)  -  is the answer.
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