The force of gravity is what makes things on the Earth rotate with it, instead of flying off. Doesn't this mean, however, that if you were to apply an upward force on something exactly equal in magnitude to the gravitational force on the object (so the net force on it is 0), it would cease to rotate with the Earth? True, it would keep its velocity and initially no change would be noticeable because it takes almost 24 hours for a single rotation of Earth, but if this counteracting force was maintained long enough, wouldn't the object that the force is being applied on begin to fly away from the Earth, since it is not rotating with the planet? I ask this because, if I am correct, this would make it so that objects like rockets/planes that overcome the force of gravity would cease to rotate with the Earth, seemingly causing some issues. Am I wrong about the cessation of rotating with Earth? Or is this effect compensated for in technology like rockets/planes?