Hi all. I posted a question here once before for a sci-fi writing project, and I'm back again to pick the brains of some people more left-brained than myself. Here's the scenario: Imagine you're in a spacecraft with a rotating centrifuge, to create artificial gravity for the astronauts. It's probably easiest to use the familiar pop culture reference and think about the Discovery I from 2001: A Space Odyssey. The occupants are pushed to the outside, away from the axis of rotation. Dave is tired of just sitting there eating his green and orange goop and gets the urge to throw his utensil toward the axis. How does the utensil act during its flight? Does it slow down near the center and then pick up speed, falling to the opposite side (the ceiling from Dave's perspective)? Thanks in advance.