Mini Golf Physics | A Moment of Science | PBS





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Published on Aug 27, 2013

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You have a long curved metal tube and a miniature golf ball that you knock into one end and out the other. How does the ball move after it leaves the tube?

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Host: Mandy Striph
Developed for video by: Adam Schweigert
Opening Sequence Editor: Nick Chafin
Opening Sequence Graphics: Nick Chafin, Dave Gonzalez

Supervising Producer: Eric Bolstridge
Producer / Editor: Mark Johnson
Videography: Justin Crossley, Ross Crooks
Writers: Don Glass, Susan Linville, William Orem, Jeremy Shere, Eric Sonstroem
Featuring: Jim Morris
Music: Ring the Bell (Instrumental) by Yacht teamyacht.com
Thank you: Putter's Park in Ellettsville


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