Learn about what gets planes up in the air, what keeps them up there, and what brings them down again.
Resource page including articles and career profiles related to physics and aerospace.
On this episode of ScienceXplosion, Eric learns how our brain connects separate images together to create the illusion of movement. It's not magic, it's science!
Why do a baseball and a rocket need the same launch speed to get from Earth into space? It has to do with physics and gravitational force.
The game of billiards shows the principles of collisions, momentum & impulse, and kinetics at work!
Pecking puts a lot of force on a woodpecker’s brain. But scientists think woodpecker bodies are adapted to help keep them from being injured during pecking-related collisions.
Litter isn't just a problem on Earth. When litter ends up in space, it can cause collisions and other consequences for satellites, the International Space Station and even for people on Earth!
NASA engineers apply kinematics and dynamics to test parachutes designed specifically to help space probes land safely using aerodynamics.
Use a pop bottle and other everyday materials to create a rocket that you can launch outdoors.
Try your hand at building a “super coaster” using materials around your home.