Published June 12, 2023, 4:20 a.m. by Monica Louis
“Insane Physics of Interstellar | Science Fiction Movie Explanation” in this video we are going to explore Classical Newtonian Physics and the math behind a particular scene(Docking Scene) from Christopher Nolan’s mind bending blockbuster science fiction movie Interstellar .
ব্যবসা সংক্রান্ত যাবতীয় সাহায্য এবং দিক নির্দেশনার জন্য ভিজিট করুন Palamou(পালামৌ)
Summary: Cooper desperately tries to match their spin with the rotating space station Endurance. After a while, Dr Brand passed out due to extreme amount of g force, Cooper cold bloodedly handles the situation and push themselves out of orbit.
1. What happens when you are continuously applying force on an object perpendicular to its initial direction? (Circular Motion)
2. Anything that is travelling in a curved path or in a circle is being pushed inward(towards the center of the curvature), that’s what we call Centripetal force.
3. If an object is changing it’s velocity, that’s called acceleration.
4. Any change in velocity will be considered as acceleration which can happen in two different ways. Change in the magnitude of velocity or change in the direction of velocity.
7. Reality is very different from your exam papers and it is extremely hard to recognize which one is given and which one isn’t if you have no idea how to think about problems.
8. Beauty of Science: The methods and tools of science is so powerful that If you discover something in an objective way, sometimes that can open up whole new ways of thinking and can lead to other discoveries.
9. Cooper and Dr Brand were experiencing 24.62 g force while they were spinning. Which is of course, not an easy thing to handle.
Produced by: Emma Thomas, Christopher Nolan and Lynda Obst
Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain , Bill Irwin, Ellen Burstyn, Michael Caine.
Production companies: Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures, Syncopy and Lynda Obst Productions.
Pictures Release dates: October 26, 2014 (TCL Chinese Theatre) November 5, 2014 (United States) November 7, 2014 (United Kingdom) Running time: 169 minutes
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interstellar is one of the most accurate
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they will always stay
but how much force and how much
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this is the beauty of the methods and
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that opens up whole new possibilities
and that's why you are seeing that
struggle on their face come on
and of course this is not an easy thing
to handle but is it possible to handle
well it depends on lot of factors
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