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A summarised view of how the aurora is formed.
A 20 minute video about the Diamond Synchrotron and the engineers who work on getting the Diamond Light Source up and running.
The expanding universe is a complicated place. This video explains how faster galaxies can move faster than light and how we can see light from beyond our observational universe.
How is it that something so solid like glass lets light pass through. It's all due to the space in between the atoms.
A great TED-Ed video about bioluminescence, the ability for natural live to emit light.
Minutephysics looks at how polarised light in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) gave rise to the discovery of gravitational waves.
Simple demonstration of the photoelectric effect using different coloured filters to alter the frequency of light reaching a metal plate, and the current changes accordingly.
Worked example to find out whether light will cause electrons to be emitted from a metal.