All about meteors or all about MEteors?

According to Michael Tscholl, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin (as reported in a recent article in Edweek):

Most students harbor fundamental misunderstandings about how forces such as gravity and acceleration operate in outer space. That’s because their beliefs about physics tend to be based on their experiences in their own bodies.

Bodies on earth, Tscholl explains, need energy to keep moving; objects in space don’t. 

All about meteors or all about MEteors?.

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