The rocket lowered the rover onto the surface of Mars before it shot away from the landing site. So where did it end up?
Water expands when it freezes, and that’s bad for plumbing. Insulation—any insulation—is better than nothing.
It’s a beautiful day to go outside with a kite or a balloon, and compute how wind speed alters their flight.
They talk about something called state vectors. What the heck are those, and would it really work?
You should never drive in a car with no windows. But if you ever do find yourself in one, you can use physics to get your bearings.
This scenario is very similar to a classic physics problem—but with more Martian armor.
And what does that mean for making a little wire LED man light up?
If the dots on the loading screen were planets, is their motion realistic? And can we actually model it?
The airplane in the movie is stripped down and doesn’t have all of its brakes installed, making the calculations even more fun.
Our sardonic superhero needs to get the timing just right to crash through the sunroof and beat up the bad guys.