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Thanks for another great video and thanks for posting them on Google+ as I don't use YouTube to subscribe to things.

The comment about space makes me think, how do boomerangs behave in space? In zero-g and atmosphere (inside space station) it feels like it would go round and round in an "upwards" spiral without any gravity to balance out the generated lift.

But what about in zero-g and vacuum? There would be no gravity and no lift, but the other forces should still apply so it should travel in a circular motion in one plane and come back again? And without any gravity or air resistance it would keep flying round and round for a very long time?
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