Levitating plastic beads mimic the physics of spinning asteroids
“Tabletop asteroids,” buoyed by sound waves, hint at why some loosely bound space rocks have odd shapes and can’t spin too quickly.

Levitating plastic beads mimic the physics of spinning asteroids

“Tabletop asteroids,” buoyed by sound waves, hint at why some loosely bound space rocks have odd shapes and can’t spin too quickly.