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Explore the Science of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Home | #DisneyMagicMoments

Have you always wanted to learn how roller coasters work? For Disney Mechanical Engineers, Angel and Josh, it was their curiosity at a young age in STEM-based subjects where they found their passion for roller coasters. Angel and Josh work behind-the-scenes at Disney and had the opportunity to put their math, science and engineering skills into action on one of Disney’s fastest coasters – Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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  1. Wow we actually got some backstage passes.

  2. Love how they made it v easy to understand! Learned something new today 😃

  3. Intelligent black woman representing stem ❤️❤️❤️ I'm so proud.

  4. Can't wait for many more of these!! A look into the science and mechanics of Disney is FASCINATING!!

  5. Very interesting.
    Thanks for sharing this ❤️❤️

  6. Wow! Finally a good look at the maintenance bay! 😀

  7. I know this is a long shot, some might even say 1000000000000 to 1 odds, but working as a mechanical engineer at Disney world is my absolute dream. Is there anyway y’all can shout at Angel for me for a chat? I will provide what ever contact info necessary here.

  8. Ugh this video was awesome! I’m a mechanical engineering student in my last year of school and I’m aspiring to be an imagineer like Angel!

  9. I think Josh is the most cliche engineer ever.

  10. This is my favorite ride!! So cool

  11. One of the best rides at Walt Disney World with unique theming and storytelling that doesn’t rely on a Disney IP.

  12. It’d be awesome to see this for tower of terror if you have any already made. That and Expedition Everest!

  13. It's awesome to find out how our thrilling rides are engineered and controlled!

  14. This clip reminds me of a very old Disney Channel. Eric Boardman would have small segments called Around The World to tell us about such things as the AVAC System, animatronics, driving around the utilidors or just general news and happenings.

  15. Wow! Where do I apply? Lol, are you guys hiring chemical engineers? Haha

  16. YES!!! Please do the same with Incredicoaster in DCA

  17. Wow so does each ride get a team of engineers that only work on that ride? Cool video

  18. "Hey Steven, what about some back stage passes."

  19. Make it a stretch…in fact, make it a super stretch!

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