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Description of the first particle detector of its type at Brookhaven in which the chamber through which the particles passed was surrounded by a superconducting magnet.
Scientists from Cornell University answer questions on everything from why you can't put metal in a microwave to why gravity is called gravity.
A simple page giving short but clear details on bubble chamber particle detectors.
An interesting piece telling how infrasound detectors were able to sense the movement of mountains caused by an earthquake.
RADAR speed detectors bounce microwave radiation off of moving vehicles and detect the reflected waves.
These pages detail how to construct an electronic detector that can be pointed at the sun to quantify the amount of haze. A spreadsheet is also supplied to analyse the data.
This article explains how the IceCube detector will look for cosmic neutrinos from small flashes of light under thousands of metres of ice.
How patterns and fractals appear in many areas of the natural world, from originally random processes including metal depostions, termites and bacteria. An attractive non-technical introduction to ...
The IceCube Observatory will be looking for neutrinos. Buried under over a 1km of ice, the detector will be looking for flashes of light from the decay of neutrinos.
A Marvin and Milo activity about inertia. All you need is a metal skewer, apple, hammer and an adult to supervise.
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