High School Science

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Starship gave us quite a show during today’s first flight test of a fully integrated Starship and Super Heavy rocket from Starbase in Texas.

At 8:33 a.m. CT, Starship successfully lifted off from the orbital launch pad for the first time. The vehicle cleared the pad and beach as Starship climbed to an apogee of ~39 km over the Gulf of Mexico – the highest of any Starship to-date. The vehicle experienced multiple engines out during the flight test, lost altitude, and began to tumble. The flight termination system was commanded on both the booster and ship. As is standard procedure, the pad and surrounding area was cleared well in advance of the test, and we expect the road and beach near the pad to remain closed until tomorrow.

With a test like this, success comes from what we learn, and we learned a tremendous amount about the vehicle and ground systems today that will help us improve on future flights of Starship.

Thank you to our customers, Cameron County, and the wider community for the continued support and encouragement. And congratulations to the entire SpaceX team on an exciting first flight test of Starship!

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In this video, I show you some transparent metal and talk about why metals are usually opaque. The method for supporting the weight of the metal is to use a polymer scaffolding. This gives the metal enough support to be transparent.

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I will show you how to make a ball that seems to roll on its own. I will also show you the egg of Columbus.

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Go to https://establishedtitles.com/THEACTIONLAB and help support the channel. They are now running a massive sale, plus they have a bunch of new merch. Every little bit helps and I really appreciate it!

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I have seen many people on the internet saying that the "Fizz-Keeper" is a scam. After doing some research, I have found that there is some truth to this claim. The "Fizz-Keeper" is a device that is used to pressurize your soda with air. This can be dangerous because it can cause the soda to explode.

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Check out Mel Science kits here: https://melscience.com/sBLW/ I show you how to turn the green from plants, red. I talk about how chlorophyll, the molecule that gives plants their green color, absorbs red and blue light from the sun. By extracting chlorophyll from plants, we can see the other colors that the molecule absorbs.

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Go to https://establishedtitles.com/THEACTIONLAB and help support the channel. They are now running a massive sale, plus they have a Patreon where you can support the channel monthly and get access to exclusive content.

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You can checkout Avenues Online here: https://www.avenues.org/theactionlab.

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PCBway offers custom PCB boards and 3D prints. I show you what the difference is between a PCB board and a 3D print, and how to get started with PCBway.

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Shop the Action Lab Science Gear here: https://theactionlab.com/ I show you how the tesla turbine works in my experiment. Checkout the video to see how it works!

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I show you how Zinc Oxide changes color when heated and then changes back. I try the same reaction in a vacuum chamber. Get the same results.

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