DIY Podcast: Newton’s Laws Video Clips

    International Space Station Expedition 16 Flight Engineer Dan Tani discusses and demonstrates Newton's laws. You can mix and mash these video clips with NASA images and your own narration, original video, special effects and transitions. Preview the video and download the clips you want to use in your own project.

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