Tag Archive: science


This is oddly satisfying.

How Did NASA Steer the Saturn V?

Destin of SmarterEveryDay travels with Linus Sebastian to Rocket City in Huntsville, Alabama, to find out.

NASA scientist Mark Rober aims to find out, scientific-like, of course.

 

Aerogel has extraordinary properties but it can be tough to work with. Veritasium looks at modifying aerogels to take advantage of their unique characteristics.

Gav and Dan, aka The Slow Mo Guys, got a hold of some Gallium (like mercury, but much less poison-y).

YouTuber Destin of SmarterEveryDay and his lovely wife traveled to Argentina to witness a total solar eclipse.

Moon Rocks!

Destin of SmarterEveryDay visits the main facility at Johnson Space Center in Houston, where NASA keeps its moon rocks.

A stereo-microscopic image of a Purslane (Portulaca) seed, with its intricate pattern of jigsaw puzzle pieces on its surface, photographed by Yanping Wang of the Beijing Planetarium.

Top 10 Worst Animal Skeletons

Sam O’Nella Academy talks about some weird animal skeletons:

NASA scientist and YouTuber Mark Rober used machine learning to create an app that can decipher third-baseman signals to runners!

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