Conservation of angular momentum is a fundamental property of nature, one that astronomers use to detect the presence of satellites circling distant planets.
What does COAM stand for?
COAM stands for Conservation of Angular Momentum (physics)
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On Wednesday and Thursday, May 19-20, the Detroit Science Center will be presenting three displays on physical science: Gravity & Centripetal Force, Conservation of Angular Momentum and Distribution of Mass.
Conservation of angular momentum requires the photon to possess a spin, as given by the present theory but not by the conventional one.