A sphere spinning in a shallow pool pumps water up along its surface due to the increase in tangential velocity with height. At the equator, the water is thrown off.

A sphere spinning in a shallow pool pumps water up along its surface due to the increase in tangential velocity with height. At the equator, the water is thrown off.

By Kenneth Wine, Logan Mueller and Greg Lawson for Spring 2014 Team Third.
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A sphere spinning in a shallow pool pumps water up along its surface due to the increase in tangential velocity with height. At the equator, the water is thrown off.

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