Fliming the Speed of Light at 10 trillion FPS – The SlowMo Guys

The SlowMo Guys Gav and Dan have been at it again and take a trip to CalTech University to check out the worlds the fastest camera. It’s capable of recording the movement of light itself since it’s capture rate is a cool 10 Trillion FPS. Enjoy this release by them as it’s truly fascinating technology … Read moreFliming the Speed of Light at 10 trillion FPS – The SlowMo Guys

Earth’s air supply may reach nearly 400,000 miles into space — so far that the moon constantly flies through it

By Dave Mosher The boundaries between planet Earth, the moon, and deep space just got fuzzier. According to a new analysis of data recorded by a spacecraft more than 20 years ago, the outer fringes of our cozy planet’s atmosphere stretch far beyond what is typically imagined. In fact, Earth’s supply of hydrogen gas — … Read moreEarth’s air supply may reach nearly 400,000 miles into space — so far that the moon constantly flies through it

WWII Bombs Had Rippling Effect on the Edge of Space

Nearly 80 years on, impacts from the violent bombings of World War II are still felt around the globe. Christopher Scott would know —two of his aunts were killed at just 9 and 11 years of age during the London Blitz, Nazi Germany’s eight-month onslaught against the British. Those aerial raids didn’t just have rippling … Read moreWWII Bombs Had Rippling Effect on the Edge of Space

Water Droplet Orbiting a Needle in Microgravity – NASA Zero Gravity

Expedition 30 astronaut Don Pettit uses knitting needles and water droplets to demonstrate physics in space through ‘Science off the Sphere.’ This is part of the first video in a series for a partnership between NASA and the American Physical Society to share unique videos from the International Space Station with students, educators and science … Read moreWater Droplet Orbiting a Needle in Microgravity – NASA Zero Gravity

Engineers create world’s first white laser beam

Source: http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nnano.2015.149.html Researchers at Arizona State University have created the world’s first white laser beam, according to a new study published in Nature. More work needs to be done to perfect this technology, but white lasers could serve as a potential alternative light source — both in people’s homes and in the screens of their electronics. Lasers … Read moreEngineers create world’s first white laser beam