• This is what can happen to a block of
aluminium when a 14 gram piece of
plastic hits it at 24,000 km/h (15,00mph)
in space!
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    • the fuck is 15,00 mph
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    • Fake! Aluminum can’t survive in space, there’s no air for it to breath
      teter96 6 jun
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    • That's how Mas Effect guns work. They take a small piece of metal and yeet it at like 80km/s. Keep in mind this piece of plastic traveled at 6.667 km/s.
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    • Looks like a 100 mm bullet
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    • Nah that’s a German bunker section that was hit by a deck cannon in 1943
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    • Can anyone translate this to APH “Alligators per Hour”
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    • Jesc asshole
      Lowan 5 jun
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    • I recently read about how we’re slowing trapping ourselves on the planet. We’re slowing creating a barrier of trash in orbit that can occasionally destroy satellites, and potentially rockets, since the metal is traveling at such high speeds.
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    • Is it 1,500 or 15,000?
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    • You guys remember when the space shuttle Columbia was hit by a 2 pound block of Styrofoam insulation for the rocket booster? It shouldn't cause much damage said NASA engineers. However, going at sound breaking speeds it made a giant hole in the wing. This reminds me of that.
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    • I did a research paper on space trash in my sophomore year of college. This shit is crazy and the ideas that are being developed to help fight this problem are out of science fiction. It's really interesting if you like space
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    • Get fucked Aluminium
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    • Sir Issac Newton is the deadliest son of a bitch in space!
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    • Aluminum not aluminium
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    • So like where is the iss to where it’s not getting craters blown into it from space debris also imagine flying yourself 671000000mph (the speed of light) into a mere spec of space debris or the same price of plastic that dot that to the aluminum?
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    • When someone in anime headbutts a wall*
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    • Whats the application of this?
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    • That's a super deceptive photo that piece of aluminum is barely the size of a toaster
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    • Ok but how big is that block. Still impressive regardless the size but the size looks deceiving
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    • This is bullshit it would just go straight through like a bullet
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    • Spussy got me actin strange
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    • Can u aim it at my ass next time...
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    • Wow whoever threw that plastic must of had a huge cock.
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    • 15,000mi/h***
      kjds 6 jun
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    • In space no one can here you pew pew pew
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    • Well aluminum is quite mailable but still impressive
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    • WTF. 15,00?
      Un0wnGuy 6 jun
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    • My asshole every Tuesday night
      Raquanda 6 jun
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    • Naw you were on the Avalon
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    • It is aluminum. I’m not surprised that it blew up like that.
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    • Guys please where’s the post about superior metals, if that isn’t top comment I’m rioting
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    • How did the plastic not burn up at that speed?
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    • Do me next
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    • Fake, it’s reversed
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    • When peepee extend
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    • Sir Issac Newton is the deadliest sonofabitch in space
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    • When people question how such a small meteor could make such a big impact crater. I show them this pic.
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    • Ah yes 15,00 mph
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    • I should call her...
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    • Brah fake
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    • Damn.... now imagine if it where a football sized chunk of metal. Why have lazer weapons when physical weapons can do THAT much damage.
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    • What the fuck is 15,00
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    • 15,00 mph huh?
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    • I can’t tell the scale of the object.
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    • 15,00mph
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    • 15,00 mph
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    • Yet, Zero hole in the space station and yall still eat that shit up
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    • Mexican lives matter
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    • Me when I see your mom
      Popcorns 6 jun
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    • That's not true that wouldn't happen plastic doesn't have the density or mass especially only 14 grams to damage a solid block of aluminum that big
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    • Wouldn't the blood be traveling with the same velocity, or like? How did this work.
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    • content not available more
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    • Sooooo plastic bullets are deadly in space? Nice
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    • Damn, hardest hitting 1/2 oz ever
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    • Anything can be deadly if it travels fast enough
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    • a lasers in Starwars would be a fucking joke compared to a Railgun
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    • I’ve always wondered what would happen
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    • Danny DeVito’s been here.
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    • Doing a spacewalk is dangerous. If debris comes around and a tiny flake hits you, you're dead.
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    • That's cool and all but can we avoid hitting shit in space? Kessler Syndrome is a bitch.
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    • Why’d they put a comma after 15
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    • I'm pretty sure anything could do that moving at those speeds
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    • Why did we have a block of aluminum floating around in space? Kinda seems like bs
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    • .0309 of a pound. At 15,000 mph.
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    • When a new anime villain is revealed
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    • That’s the Yamcha crater
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    • That's Naruto's Rasengan
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    • Because it’s aluminum
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    • Aluminum is crazy maliable that's the issue
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    • Imagine if you threw a baby at it at 15,000 mph
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    • Even a fleck of paint off an old shuttle or rocket can do the same
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    • We all know Goku flicked that
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    • Ummm Bull Shit...
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    • Chidori
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    • Comma
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    • oh
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    • That impact must have burned the plastic up tho?
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    • there’s nothing here for scale.
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    • is that supposed to be 15,000 or is it just 1500
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    • Saitama in the pussy like
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    • Was it a fucking LEGO brick?
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    • SCIENCE!!!
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    • Fake, its obviously reversed
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    • Thank you jesc. Very cool
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    • Plastic at 15,000 mph? Nah.
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    • This is at nasa in Houston. Badass exhibits if yall get the chance go see it
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    • Wow! This is fake but who cares? The ocean is cooler
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    • They mean simulation. Bc how would you get this to stand still in space and wtf bother doing this in space
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    • This is why the Flash is so OP. His fist is way bigger than that plastic sliver.
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    • Aluminum is one of the weakest metals, I wouldn’t trust my life with it.
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    • Science, bitches!
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    • I think the 1,500 mph is a little more important than the amount of gravity
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    • Damn that 15mph is dangerous
      JKewgie 8 jun
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    • 15mph damn that's crazy was it attached to a very long planet
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    • Just sounds like a railgun with extra steps
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    • What are those numbers?
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