This is my first post here. I have been looking on the internet for a good place to ask this question. I thank you in advance for any of your responses. Andrew Question: Would an object that was entirely enclosed in a vacuum, that is suspended by magnetic force, be affected by friction? I'm wondering if this object is spinning, would it stop after time or continue to spin indefinitely. If this is not the case, is their anyway to have that object spin as the planets in our solar system do (Indefinitely). I don't know much about physics, but it seems that once this object is started in its rotation it would continue to spin. Maybe there is something I am not thinking of. Thank you again. I await all of your answers. One more question of clarification: Does a vacuum act as anti-gravity so to say. I understand that "Space" is a vacuum. Please correct this if I am wrong.