THIS DAY IN SCIENCE: Let's Begin with a Bumper Rocket (Cape Canaveral) in 1950

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Why is the Sun Slowing Down?

The outer layer of the sun is slowing down, something we’ve known for decades but haven’t been able to figure out until now.
Supported by Google Making & Science:

A Poynting-Robertson-like drag at the Sun’s surface
Ian Cunnyngham, Marcelo Emilio, Jeff Kuhn, Isabelle Scholl, Rock Bush…–Robertson_effect

Edited and Animated by Jesse Agar
Music from “Serene Story 2”

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