This simulation also shows what it'd be like to drive on the surface of the Sun.
YouTube science channel The Action Lab had a fun idea: use the physics-heavy driving simulator BeamNG.drive to show what it would be like to drive on various heavenly bodies.
Here's the Earth, for a baseline:
And here's the simulation with gravity set to that of the Moon, making it difficult to even get traction:
Then the YouTubers went hard by flipping on Jupiter's gravity, which immediately crushed their simulated truck into the ground:
Things go completely off the rails when they set the gravity to that of the Sun, instantly crushing the test vehicle:
They also try a bunch of other parameters, including lifting the truck up and then dropping it with various gravity settings. The whole thing is worth a watch!
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