Museum of Nuclear Science & History demonstrates Inertia

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local museum is hosting summer camps where students can experience the wonders of science.

Week long summer camps at The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History have a number of different topics, fun for just about any student.

The “Science is Everywhere” Day Camps include themes like “Fact or Fairytale,” “Voyage to the Deep,” “Hogwerts,” “Spy Kids,” and much more.

Day camps will be held children ages 6 through 16-years-old.
Ethan Aronson from the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History joined the KRQE This Morning team to demonstrate a fun science experiment. Watch above.

Aronson demonstrated how easy it is to learn science, even at home.

With a glass, pie plate, empty toilette paper roll, and a egg, Aronson demonstrated Inertia. The Law of Inertia, Newton’s Second Law, states that an object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an outside force.

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