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Watch: This is what physics says about deflate-gate

Wilson Sporting Goods Co. employee Ryan Ulrey checks the air pressure of a replica Super Bowl XLIX football at the NFL Experience Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, in Phoenix. The company set up a production line to manufacture the footballs which are sold to the public at the event.
Wilson Sporting Goods Co. employee Ryan Ulrey checks the air pressure of a replica Super Bowl XLIX football at the NFL Experience Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, in Phoenix. The company set up a production line to manufacture the footballs which are sold to the public at the event. AP

Ainissa Ramirez, physicist and author of Newton’s Football, talks through why weather’s effect on inflated balls.

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