Check this video.
How physics explains that? I know that it is because of atmospheric air,but I want more specific explanation.
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oneomega said:okay, people who answered this, tell me this. what is the maximum possible height which is can hold using this method.
Air pressure is the force exerted by the weight of air molecules in the Earth's atmosphere. It is the result of the collisions of these molecules with objects and surfaces.
Air pressure plays a crucial role in determining weather patterns. High pressure systems typically bring clear and dry weather, while low pressure systems often bring cloudy and rainy weather.
A barometer is the most common tool used to measure air pressure. Other tools include a manometer, aneroid barometer, and digital weather stations.
Air pressure can be affected by changes in temperature, altitude, and the amount of water vapor in the air. It can also be influenced by large-scale weather patterns and the rotation of the Earth.
The higher the altitude, the lower the air pressure. This is because as you go higher in the Earth's atmosphere, there are fewer air molecules above you, resulting in less weight and lower air pressure.