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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

CONTINUITY: The 2020 Lunar Olympics

From the 1979 Children's Britannica book, Future Cities.

People always talk about how sports records such as the high jump and shot put would be broken on worlds with lower gravity, but how would other records fare? Running, for example, might be slower because of the limited time the foot was able to deliver impulse to the body before leaving the ground.

Once, again, Alan Shepard was first.

Posted at July 14, 2021 10:48