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88%VideoJul 2016

Does this look white to you?

(4:49) Physics Girl sheds some light on colour mixing.

88%VideoJul 2016

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Is the Big Bang a light boom?

(3:41) An interesting question posed to Neil deGrasse Tyson - Could the Big Bang have been the result of something travelling faster than the speed of light?

88%AnimationJul 2017

Nature's fireworks

(5:15) Our planet is full of creatures with the ability to bioluminesce. And most of them are in the oceans.

87%VideoMar 2012

What would it be like to travel inside a black hole?

(10:45) Michael from VSauce describes what it would be like to travel into a black hole according to the physics we know today.


87%VideoNov 2013

Mountain mirrors light up a dark Norwegian town

(2:25) The Norwegian town of Rjukan is located at the bottom of a narrow valley, and for six months of the year it lies in perpetual shade.


87%VideoDec 2013

How the sun looks at different wavelengths

(2:18) NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory views the sun in multiple wavelengths, each one revealing a little more about its dynamics.


87%VideoMar 2014

Glowing sharks, stingrays and eels caught on camera

(3:21) Researchers studying biofluorescent coral also found a shark that reflects certain light, along with a stingray, eel, and other fish.

87%AnimationApr 2014

Royal Observatory Greenwich - How big is the universe?

(4:43) Since the Big Bang happened 13.8 billion years ago, does that mean the universe is 13.8 billion light years across?


87%VideoApr 2014

City Lights To Dark Skies

(2:34) It's International Dark Sky Week 2014, held during the week of the new moon in April, where people worldwide turn out their lights to observe the beauty of the night sky without light pollution.

87%AnimationApr 2014

How to see without glasses

(3:11) Clever trick to see a sharp image when before it was blurred. Minute Physics video explains how it works.