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October 24, 2017 AT 9:00 am

Conserving Angular Momentum–without the Skates #MakerEducation

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Fun activity from Scientific American.

You might have seen figure skaters spinning around quickly and then tucking their arms to spin faster—or opening them to spin more slowly. This happens, thanks to a physics concept known as the “conservation of angular momentum.” But how can you try it out if you don’t have any ice skates around? Find out in this simple activity that only requires common household supplies!

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