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Wide ranging site aimed at 11-16 year olds by a Scottish teacher.
Fun multimedia site with links to all aspects of science. Good site but requires subscription, although there is a free trial.
This site, although a commercial site, has an excellent explanation of how levitrons operate prepared by Sir Michael Berry.
A comprehensive searchable site devoted to the history of aviation. The site has an excellent database on aeroplanes.
A useful astronomy site for teachers or the general public. The site contains a moving orrery and the sky on any night selected.
Site is one of a series relating to advanced level chemistry and physics topics. Very neat site, with many clear links and references in text.
A company site describing a technique for producing small quantities of conducting material. This is a good applied physics site especially when discussing electromagnetic induction
A site all about the Physics behind rollercoaster and fairground rides including some interactive pages. An excellent site.
A site containing lots of images of the planets in the solar system and the machines used to take the pictures. This site also contains a comprehensive glossary of space terms.
An interesting historical site with a clear, brief description of how THX works. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
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