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From the Greek philosophers to string theorists, this site is the chronology of discoveries in physics and cosmology.
Provides academic guidance and information on topics covered in the A-Level astrophysics and cosmology modules. It includes information and links, all in a readable manner.
A great site about Einstein's ideas with lots of information on special and general relativity, cosmology, gravitational waves, black holes.
Lesson plans for all levels of students (given in US system) on astrophysics and cosmology.
FQXi catalyzes, supports, and disseminates often unconventional research on questions at the foundations of physics and cosmology. Interesting blogs.
A series of articles about radio and optical astronomy. The site also deals with 'Big Bang' cosmology. The interactive sections include quizzes and games.
This site gives a history of the development of the Big Bang theory of cosmology
Timelines of science/technology history; evolutionary/geological and cosmology and scales of measurement.
Introductory descriptions of particle physics, relativity, cosmology, black holes and of course string theory. So what is string theory? For that matter, what the heck are elementary particles? and ...
Stephen Hawking's Universe: explains some of the most important ideas and developments in human understanding of the universe. The Web pages include original essays in cosmology, original ...
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