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Explore a map of the night sky and claim a place as your own.
The American Physical Society has developed a detailed multimedia timeline for physics over the past century (1896 + ). The site contains details of important results and the people who made them.
Explore the terrain and features of the Martian landscape
Explore physics the exciting way, by trying out a simple and fun experiments.
Stirling engines run without noise or vibration and are truly an environmentally friendly device. They are a closed machine with no intake or exhaust which results in very quiet operation. Anything ...
A simple experiment to do on sound. All you need is a large plastic cup, piece of string and some water.
A very detailed site about sounds and acoustics, using the authors room as a case study.
This is the National Physical Laboratory education homepage. Very useful for teachers and students.
Explore the implications of particle physics for the first moments of the universe.
The student can study the effect on distance and time of altering the kinetic energy and mass of a sphere. Results could be plotted onto a spreadsheet.
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