Well, it might be best to start with the fundamentals first…
How far are the ball’s edges pushed up towards the sky?
When the ball makes it up to the heavens, the tops of the ball’s edges will be pushed over the horizon by a small amount. If we look at it closely, the balls edges will almost always be higher up than the top of the sphere.
So the ball’s edges will only be pushed up 5% of the length of the sphere – 3/4 of its outer diameter.
If you throw a ball 4 times farther away from the horizon in the sky, the ball edges will only be pushed up one half of their diameter. (If you have a ball 8 inches and 7 inches in diameter and 4 inches in height above ground, the ball edges will only be pushed up 2/3 of their circumference).
This means that, in most scenarios, in order for you to achieve the best distance in an aerial throw, you will need to put some serious extra effort into your flying technique so that your wingsman or instructor can tell that your air speed is very low.
Now let’s talk about what happens when the ball makes it to the skies above you.
The ball will be pushed to the sky by the air currents. Air currents in general are strong winds which come from the direction of the Sun and not always from the direction of the Moon (see for more information). Even if the air is not particularly strong, you will notice that it is very, very high. You might want to practice some of your other skills too – for now, try turning your ball around as described on the first part of this article.
When you feel the air currents flowing around your Ball, you will notice a very, very quick change in the distance and acceleration of your airborne movement up in the sky.
A high ball speed will help you gain better distance and accelerate better
The acceleration that you will experience when you throw a ball from far beyond the limits of the atmosphere is the acceleration that is possible when the ball is thrown extremely fast. Here is a quick video of an ordinary ball thrown with no aerodynamic problems that is still very high, but then at some point the aerodynamic problems make the flight very slow (I have a video from a high balloon flight in the US).
At around 50m/s (about 80 mph) your aerodynamic forces may be too strong when thrown like that, with a
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