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Jon Clarke explains how cyclists can use physics to explain certain limitations to their performance and to get the best out it's all about power.
Could a spaceship be powered by the sun's energy? An introduction to solar sails.
Help scientists spot solar storms and track them across space to Earth in this great citizen science project.
Nine short videos covering the basic science of the Sun and solar storms. Also view up-to-date images from some of NASA's best solar space telescopes.
Details on the observatories and the advanced technology solar telescope with results of the long term investigation of the sun and archive facilities.
Birds can sit on power lines that have extremely high voltage, find out how they can do this and survive.
This is an index page for topics related to power and explains the concept. Click on the bubbles to access the topics.
An overview of different wave power technologies (including the Salter duck, Pelamis and Oscillating Water Column), and a discussion of their economic, social and envionmental implications.
Find out how electricity is genererated in power plants.
Whereas white noise is defined as sound with equal power per Hz in frequency, pink noise is filtered to give equal power per octave or equal power per 1/3 octave.
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