Forces & Motion

Learn about Newton's second law of motion. When force is applied to an object, the result is a change in velocity. Either the object's speed and/or the direction changes. 
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Around Alone, Part 1 | Project Discovery Revisited
Around Alone, Part 1 | Project Discovery Revisited

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A race around the world . . . in a boat 40 to 60 feet in length . . . ALONE. This event, which began in 1982, occurs every four years and starts in Charleston, South Carolina. The course consists of...
Sailplane | Eye Wonder
Sailplane | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team takes a look at sailplanes. D.V. goes to Bermuda High Soaring School where he learns that sailplanes work through the energy from tow planes and air. D.V. learns the science behind...
Physics | Eye Wonder
Physics | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team investigates the forces of physics through a trip to the fair.
Bridges | Eye Wonder
Bridges | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team learns all about bridges. D.V. visits a bridge under construction and SCDOT to learn more about the construction and engineering that must occur for a bridge to be built and stay...
Crane | Eye Wonder
Crane | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team learns how cranes are used. D.V. speaks with a worker from Buchner Steel at a construction site about heavy lifting cranes and their parts.
Aircraft | Eye Wonder
Aircraft | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team learns about manufacturing aircraft. D.V. goes to the Lockheed Martin Factory and teaches us all about the different parts of the plane while going down the assembly line.
Automobile | Eye Wonder
Automobile | Eye Wonder

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The Eye Wonder team takes a look at automobiles. D.V. visits an assembly line at an automobile factory, looks at each stage of the assembly process and how robots aid in building a car.