To arc up to be kicked off


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In a documentary about space and NASA, while talking about the gravity in space and crying in space someone says:
"The water would pool together as soon as it leaves the body. And it wouldn't necessarily bind to the skin on her face to then travel down and then arc up to be kicked off."
With "arc up to be kicked off" does she mean the tears would form an arc and then begin levitating/go up?
I just want to be sure I undertstand this right.
Thank you.
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    Your interpretation sounds right to me, Stormreaver. Weird phenomena like this are often hard to describe in English.
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