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Is it possible to create a perfect vacuum? - Rolf Landua and Anais Rassat

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The universe is bustling with matter and energy. Even in the vast, apparent emptiness of intergalactic space, there’s one hydrogen atom per cubic meter. But is there such thing as a total absence of everything? Is it possible to make a completely empty space? Rolf Landua and Anais Rassat explain the science behind vacuums.

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Meet The Creators

  • Educator Rolf Landua, Anais Rassat
  • Director Ricky Earl
  • Script Editor Eleanor Nelsen
  • Animator Ricky Earl, Henry Chung, James Hing, Noel Wong, Robert Thomson
  • Storyboard Artist Toby Parry
  • Composer Tom Jordan
  • Sound Designer Tom Jordan
  • Associate Producer Jessica Ruby
  • Content Producer Gerta Xhelo
  • Editorial Producer Alex Rosenthal
  • Narrator Pen-Pen Chen

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