The same goes for astronauts

During a launch, astronauts may endure up to 3 G’s, which is the same as 3 times Earth’s gravity. The weight of a person like myself, who is composed entirely of twisted steel and sex appeal, would be about 335 pounds during rocket launch. Objects are weightless in space because mass is a form of measurement for gravity, which is produced by the mass of an object.

If a combatant’s body is unable to compensate for the strain by altering its posture, muscles, or even bones, it can trigger major damage. This might have far-reaching effects beyond simply the body: It may be extremely difficult for the heart to send blood to the brain when this strain takes place. This isn’t any different in George Lucas’ Star Wars universe. So , despite our knowledge of how a craft as big as a Star Destroyer can hover and seem to float in air, it raises the issue of how it was able to survive being pulled into an area of gravitational attraction.

Inertial Dampeners

Inertial dampeners are a technology that is used in the Star Wars universe to counteract gravity’s effects on spacecraft and those aboard them. Inertial dampeners, also known as inertial compensators, are a component of Star Wars gadgetry that absorbs the inertia produced by a ship when it accelerated or decelerated in space.

The hyperdrive is a propulsion system that allows spaceships to travel significant distances in an instant, as it was invented by Han Solo. The technology is especially important to the space-faring peoples of Star Wars since the acceleration of their crafts is frequently abrupt and violently so. An Executor Class Star Destroyer may accelerate at such a rate that it can create over 1,000 g’s of force. Humans can only withstand around 5g’s before they are killed by g-forces.