Are the laws of Pascal and Archimedes fulfilled in a spaceship?

Pascal’s Law says: “The pressure exerted on a liquid or gas is transmitted in all directions equally.” Archimedes’ law says: “A buoyant force acts on a body immersed in a liquid or gas, equal to the weight of the liquid or gas in the volume of this body (or its submerged part).” Based on these laws, we conclude: Pascal’s law will be true, since pressure will be transmitted to any point in the liquid and gas, regardless of the state of the ship, and Archimedes’s law does not work, because both the body and the liquid turn out to be weightless. In a spaceship in free flight, the non-wetting liquid will take the shape of a ball, and the wetting liquid will spread over the surface of the vessel.

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