# Basketball, Bouncy Ball, and Golf Ball + Supernova = Physics!

Have you ever wondered how a basketball, bouncy ball, and golf ball are like a supernova?  Well, probably not, but this video will explain how they are alike using physics.  After watching, try this experiment for yourself and leave a comment on how it went.  For an added twist, try it with different types of balls too!  Physics is awesome!

## 15 thoughts on “Basketball, Bouncy Ball, and Golf Ball + Supernova = Physics!”

1. Jack, 4, Rockbrook says:

Amazing! I have to try that!

1. Prajun says:

It really works!

Ms. Spady, I watched a video and then we tried the experiment with a basketball, golfball and a bouncyball and it works!

Cool! Maybe next time you could take a video of it! 🙂

2. Harrison, 4, Swanson says:

It’s pretty neat how the basketball actually transfers it’s energy to the ball on top of it and makes that ball go higher than it would of gone all by itself!

1. Jerry, 3, Swanson says:

We try a part of the video in class. The tennis ball went very high.

3. Weston, 3, Swanson says:

Wowzers! I need to try that at home! We tried it in our classroom and the tennis ball went really high!

4. Treyvon, 3, Swanson says:

Neat! It’s awsome that the tennis ball goes WAY higher then the golf ball by almost a 2 whole feet! This experiment was AWESOME!

5. Yohannes says:

Mrs. Spady, we have done the experiment of the super nova. The tennis ball went higher than the golf ball.

THht’s so cool Yohannes! Next time video it so we can post it on our blog! 🙂

6. JaLee, 3, Swanson says:

We had a basketball,tennis ball, and a golf ball and we dropped it in the classroom and the tennis ball went really high and it went higher than the golf ball. I learned so much from this video

7. Julia, 3, Swanson says:

Our class tried this experiment and we saw that when you bounce just the basketball and the tennis ball, it goes way higher than the basketball and the golf ball. But I wonder what would happen if you did it with different balls?