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From the companion website to several recent NOVA programs on Mt. Everest. This page looks at the effects of air pressure at high altitudes.
CASE conduct research, teach courses and offer advice in the areas of space, aviation, high altitude, remote, dive and hyperbaric medicine. Tthe study of human systems stretched to breaking point in ...
Luis Walter Alvarez (1911 - 1988) during the war (at M.I.T.) was responsible for three important radar systems - the microwave early warning system, the Eagle high altitude bombing system, and a ...
A great explainer site about how the speed of sound is calculated and how it changes with temperature and altitude.
This is a NASA site that is an archive of data, images etc to do with high energy astronomy, studying everything from black holes to the Big Bang.
A short discussion on high heels and the increased pressure they give. Contains links to various related articles.
Lots of links to information, experiments etc... related to high energy physics.
A useful site covering high school chemistry aspects in great detail, lots of useful links. Useful if studying College Level chemistry with physics.
A list of many important dates in the history of high-energy astrophysics and astronomy, with particular emphasis on those related to space-based observatories to observe cosmic sources.
Ernest Orlando Lawrence (1901 - 1958) invented the cyclotron, a device for accelerating nuclear particles to very high velocities without the use of high voltages.
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