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People have mixed feelings about Pluto’s status as a planet. What happened in 1992 that changed Pluto’s identity once and for all? In 2006 why did we decide Pluto wasn’t a planet anymore? Was it not special or are we missing the bigger picture?
We flew in space in our last episode, it is time to demystify some physics you encounter while flying within our own atmosphere. From tall mountains to landing procedures to banking planes here’s a primer on some common physics you might encounter during your flight.
Today reusable rockets, lunar bases and plans to colonise Mars are everyday news. We're on the brink of a new space age and space travel will become commonplace in the future. All you early birds who want to know how you can soon drive around in your spaceship or steer a probe through our solar system, you'll need to have a good idea of gravity and orbital mechanics. So here’s a primer.
Light is like a stalker, always around us somewhere. And like a stalker we know nothing about what light really is. Unlike a stalker light is something worth talking about so V and R sit down to do just.
Someone asked V about gravitational waves sometime back so today we’re going to dumb it down for you. Why is everyone talking about it? What’s the deal with gravitational waves? And what’s in store for the future?
R found himself perplexed today when he thought he could easily cross an intersection but the car before him came to a sudden halt. V and R use this alarming situation to discuss the science behind a couple of driving etiquettes.
When is it better to stop at, and when to drive through, an intersection? And should you swerve around or brake hard to avoid ramming into a vehicle that came to a sudden halt in front of you?