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Real-time monitoring and forecasting of solar and geophysical events.
Details of the America's worst nuclear accident, including interviews and a timeline of events.
The homepage of Physics World. It includes current and archive articles. There is also a jobs section and a calendar of conferences and events.
See the stars from the comfort of home. This monthly stargazing video guide keeps you informed about constellations, deep sky objects, planets, and events.
NASA site about the transit of Venus. Lots of information about where you can view the event, how to view the transit safely and the history of previous transits.
Lots of great information about many aspects of the weather including historical events, how to make your own observations and lesson plans for teachers.
The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Also available on youtube.
How to find Saturn in the night sky.
Nexus is the student section of the Institute of Physics, for undergraduates and postgraduates. Their site contains all sorts of information from events and careers advice to a book exchange and ...
The general idea of locality in physics is based on some concept of nearness or proximity, and the assertion that physical effects are transmitted only between suitably "nearby" events.
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