Realistic artificial gravity in science fiction (video)

PBS Space Time host Gabe Perez-Giz examines several beloved sci-fi ships (and other constructions) to find out which might provide the most realistic feeling of gravity.

2001: A Space Odyssey introduced a lot of people to the idea of rotation based artificial gravity, but in sci-fi, it’s far from the only one to implement the idea! Babylon 5, Halo, and Ringworld also used rotation-based artificial gravity in their stores, but, being an astrophysicist I had to ask, WHO DOES IT BEST? And more importantly, is artificial gravity in space possible?