Newton's laws of motion

Challenge #27 in the Sevens series. Hosted by Dutch Newchurch.
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This is the third in the series: ‘Seven Scientific Theories’. Imagine you have been asked to provide one or two creative and inspirational illustrations for a textbook, on Newton's laws of motion. A spacecraft in free fall (the first law)? A dragster burning rubber (the second law)? A heeling yacht (the third law)? An interceptor with flaming afterburners (the second or third law)? A cannon firing (the third or second law)? (The whole series is here: )
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Opposing Gravity
Will the fixed ball move?
Silly Symphony Swing-5219
Going Down
Canon Firing
Americas Cup
Helicopter Rotors
going down
Splish Splash Bath
California Screamin'-5045
Heading to a collision !
Cannon Fire
Newtons Second Rule
Tanya in flight
Newton's Second Law
every action has an equal opposite reaction...
Moved by Newton's laws
Racing To The Moon
Newton's Second law of motion
Working with Newton's First Law
Cyclical Motion defying Gravity
ATV Mudhole
San Francisco Bay
Laws of motion verified
Once In An Almost Blue Moon
the grasshopper  ready to jump
Things At Rest . . .
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Rendevous in orbit
It works!  It works!
Professor Cavor adjusts the jet pack
Newton's Third Law
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