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A really interesting data visualisation of all the planets Kepler has found, complete with information about their size, temperature, and distance and period of orbit.
The Laws List is an alphabetised guide featuring several hundred laws, rules, principles and other related topics in physics, from aberration to the Zeeman effect.
Well presented site concentrating on Newton's laws, includes material on forces, in addition to the three laws.
This site covers Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion including his theories on Elliptical Orbits and all three laws of planetary motion.
Johannes Kepler, working with data painstakingly collected by Tycho Brahe without the aid of a telescope, developed three laws which described the motion of the planets across the sky.
A quick overview of Newton's three laws, complete with examples and diagrams.
Animation to look at the 3 Kepler Laws. A series of dots indicate the planet position for equal time intervals. A grid can be added to allow area estimation for law 1.
If a system does not interact with its environment in any way, then certain mechanical properties of the system cannot change. They are sometimes called "constants of the motion". These quantities ...
This fun interactive from the science channel introduces Newton's three laws of motion, with practical examples and a quiz at the end.
A brief outline of entropy and the laws of thermodynamics, including the history of the investigation of heat energy
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