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GCSE revision page on space covering gravtational forces, our solar system, the big bang and more.
How do forces help a bird fly or a fish swim? A comprehensive explanation of Newton's third law of motion, with a quiz to test your knowledge at the end.
A good introduction to the mechanics of tennis, with lots of content about the aerodynamics and forces at play.
Do toys work in the same way when the effects of gravity are almost existent? Read what the astronauts found out. This is a useful site on forces.
This interactive site allows the user to experiment with different factors associated with the science of building - forces, shapes, materials and loads.
Properties of six flavours of quarks, different colours and the forces acting between them, with good links to other relevant areas of the site.
Demonstrations of how the mass of an object, the angle of the slope and friction affects the motion of the object.
A basic text driven revision resource covering forces, friction, energy and light. Suitable for 11-14 year olds.
This site covers Forces, motion, magnetism, electricity, mechanics, relativity, quantum mechanics using text and some colour diagrams and also some interactive puzzles and games.
Comprehensive physics website started by a teacher covering forces, motion and optics, waves and electricity. Lots of animations, simulations and other handy learning tools.
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