A spaceship which uses centripetal rotation to create artificial gravity.
Must it always be accelerating? (The rate of rotation for it to work?)
If no, and even if yes, if one were to place themselves right at the center of this spinning structure, would one feel no gravity?
If one were to be moving from a part of the ship with no centripetal rotation and thus 0 gravity to the part with it what would the experience be like transitioning? Would one technically be able to just fly over the entire rotating thing? If you never touched it in the first place?
Image: (Sorry for the poor drawing :(, I should mention that the opening is connected just to the edge of the spinning living section so that this window is almost perfectly centered around this spinning living space) If you think of this living space as a circle he is in the center (the door).
Description: Person coming from the 0-gravity part of the ship about to enter the centripetal rotation large living space. But doing so from a high point... Would they be Superman?