In Super Metroid, Samus' shinespark and missiles travel
at the same speed, although the missiles gain a boost in speed
after about 1 second. For this reason, I will assume Samus'
missiles travel at Mach 1.2, or 411.6 m/s.

In Metroid: Zero Mission, Samus' arm cannon is pointing
outward horizontally. She's 1.98 m. I checked the pixels for Samus
in MZM, so 1.98 m. is equal to 81 pixels. The bottom of the tip of
Samus' arm cannon to the ground is 53 pixels.

53 pixels / 81 pixels = 0.6543, or 65.43%

1.98 m. * 0.6543 = 1.296 m.

With this in mind, I will use the equation, g = 2(viyt - Δy) /
t², where g is gravity, viy is the initial velocity for the y axis,
t is time, Δy is change in initial height divided by time squared.
Because the initial velocity …

The Speed Booster allows Samus to run at supersonic speeds. The
low-end is Mach 1.2.

At sea level, the speed of sound travels at 343 m/s.

343 m/s * 1.2 = 411.6 m/s.

Using different formulae, we can learn how many joules Samus
would produce, the TNT equivalent, the newtons, and the
g-force.

The equation for kinetic energy is KE = 0.5 mv^2.

KE = 0.5 * (90 kg.)(411.6 m/s)^2

KE = 0.5 * (90 kg.)(169,414.56 m^2/s^2)

KE = 0.5 * 15,247,310.4 kg. m^2/s^2

KE = 7,623,655.2 J

1 gram of TNT is equal to 4,184 J.

1 ton of TNT is equal to 4,184,000,000 J.

Because the amount of joules produced from Samus when she
dashes at supersonic speeds is smaller, she won't be producing the
equivalent of even 1 ton of TNT.