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Space shot and G-Force in Walibi World
Netherlands

Most attractions in Walibi World adventure are based on the impact of rapidly changing G-forces on the human body. In the Space Shot you will be launched like a missile. Then you go into free fall back down!

In the G-force you will learn what loopings are all about.

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Copyright: Tom Baetsen
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Uploaded: 30/06/2010
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: walibi world; g-force; space shot; adventure park
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