Kear_Bear_3747 t1_jajfhid wrote

In space, objects will absorb all of the momentum of the object. That’s basic Newtonian Physics, dealing with Inertia.

On Earth it matters because there are other forces in play like Gravity and Friction so kinetic energy can dissipate in different ways, whereas in space there’s nothing to arrest that energy, it will impart itself on whatever object it collides with.


Kear_Bear_3747 t1_j3pvmut wrote

I have two external HDDs on my Xbox Series X. One is for pre-SX titles, the other is for all of the huge SX titles to shuttle back and forth to internal storage.

I then use this console as the hub for network sharing to my other two Xbox’s so I don’t have to move the HDDs or re-download any games.