my question will be obvious when i describe this special disk in space. a very very thin (1 carbon-12 atom thick) disk is constructed in a remote part of space, so remote there is absolutely nothing, no solar wind, no light, no gravity, nothing. the disk has a very large radius. the disk has a circumference of 186,000 miles and it's rotating (like a wheel on axle) at 1.2rps (rotations per second, or 432° per sec). is this possible? why? just as a hint to what i'm asking, i'm interested in knowing about the edge of the disk while its rotating.