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After his interview with Sunday TODAY‘s Willie Geist, renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson showed off some of the unique items around his desk in his office at the Hayden Planetarium, including his wooden Saturn lamp he made in seventh grade and a very tiny reproduction of The Starry Night. And he even gives Willie a science lesson on planetary scale!

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From ScienceToday.

Catapult Launch in Slo-Mo

Gav and Dan, The Slow Mo Guys, go medieval on some modern-day items with the help of a massive catapult.

Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, but his contributions to humanity will live on forever — including what is arguably his life’s most important work … his appearances on The Simpsons.

Rubber Band Wrecking Ball in 4K

Special guests Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler go head-to-head with The Slow Mo Guys as they release massive rubber band wrecking balls onto a plethora of breakable targets below.

RIP Stephen Hawking

A memorable scene from Star Trek TNG, Season 6, Episode 26 The Descent (part 1). Lieutenant Commander Data is playing poker with the most famous Physicists of our recent history: Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein, and Isaac Newton, simulated on the Holo-deck. Newton and Einstein are played by actors, but Hawking gamely played himself.

Tony Hawk on the Ramp in Slo-Mo

Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk joins The Slow Mo Guys to film a rare skate trick he’s only landed a handful times.

Dominoes – HARDCORE Mode

Destin of SmarterEveryDay is still obsessing about the physics of falling dominoes.

Dominoes Physics

Destin of SmarterEveryDay went to see a record-breaking domino fall, but ends up breaking down the physics of exactly how dominoes fall with the help of slow-motion cameras.

Destin of SmarterEveryDay paid a visit to Soteria Suppressors, makers of a see-through gun suppressor, and filmed it at work at 110,000 frames per second.

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