Will a fluid loose it's bouyancy in zero-gravity. What would happen if an object is immersed in a liquid in space (if the liquid is still very much together and not spilling as big bubbles or droplets).
1 if water is put in an enclosed container (e.g. a glass jar filled to the brim) on a table (or held in a constant orientation) and a small rubber ball (which floats back on earth when in it) is put in the jar would the ball rise to the lid of the jar or sink to the bottom?
2 if a jar containing a helium balloon and oxygen gas in it is taken to space and held straight at a specific orientation would the helium balloon still rise above the oxygen in the jar or if two gases helium and oxygen are in the jar only, will helium gas always stay separated and above the oxygen gas in the jar?