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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.
Bernoulli’s equation is key to understanding why curveballs curve.
NASA engineers apply kinematics and dynamics to test parachutes designed specifically to help space probes land safely using aerodynamics.