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This page from NASA tells you all you need to know about atmospheric pressure. Find out why your ears pop or have a go at flying a hot air balloon.
A collection of interesting experiments dealing with air pressure and aerodynamics.
Fun demonstration of air pressure with shaving foam and a vacuum pump.
A short, funny film explaining the basics of air pressure and its influence on weather. Nominated for the SciCast competition.
Descriptions of how to carry out the experiments in a lecture tour - covers such topics as Newton's Laws, air pressure and electricity.
From the companion website to several recent NOVA programs on Mt. Everest. This page looks at the effects of air pressure at high altitudes.
A Marvin and Milo activity about air pressure and particles. All you need is a drinking straw, ruler, scissors, sticky tape and a saucer of water.
An experiment from our Physics To Go series about air pressure and density. All you need is a slice of lemon, four matches, pint glass, ashtray and water.
Read how changes in air pressure make annoying sounds.
An activity about air pressure to explore what makes a good sail. You'll need some foil, styrofoam, paper, straws, a long pipe, tape, scissors, a stopwatch and water.