I am no physics expert either. This subject does apply to a function or aspect of an invention of mine. I appreciate the input. The short term practicality of this particular aspect for immediate usefulness is not likely. Probably more of a fun science experiment that could lead to new discoveries.
I'm not familiar with 3d coordinate systems, or maybe it's that I lean towards layman definitions. I guess what I was getting at, is that if you take a tire off of a car, pull the rim out, put a globe inside of it so that it is stable, spin the globe on a west to east axis, then roll the tire forward on the south to north axis, the globe would be moving in 2 circular directions simultaneously. Then if you count the rotation, and orbit of the Earth around the sun, the globe would have 2 more directions it would be moving. I know that our solar system and galaxy are also in motion; don't think they have determined if they are on circular paths or not. So my guess, is that there is somewhere around an infinite possibility of directions that an object could spin or rotate.
...., You could use the tire example, then instead of rolling the tire forward, attach prongs similar to the way the globe spins between 2 prongs or a shaft, then spin the tire in the opposite direction of the spinning globe. There is the opposite directions at once, not directly....or maybe.
If the first globe was able to spin in opposite directions directly, then I think you encounter what you were talking about the speed of light and strange behavior. That reminds me of a term I thought I might have been one of the first to call Universal Inertia. That's another topic, but it has similarities to Einsteins Cosmological Constant Theory.
Back to the vacuum, a satellite in orbit around Earth should have less drag. The moon should be less than that, and maybe the best anti resistant available space would be to have a spinning object slowly moving through space, avoiding planetary or galactic bodies that posses strong gravitational forces.
On Earth, I wonder how much the spinning globe inside of a tire would slow down when the tire spins the globe in the opposite direction. The weight and speed differences between the tire, globe, and spin probably factor in.