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Control your own plasma experiment

Remote Glow Discharge Experiment

Get hands on with this experiment you can change over the internet.

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How big is the universe?

How Big Is The Universe?

Delightful animation about the size of the universe.

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Multiwavelength universe

Multiwavelength Universe: Online Activity

Test your knowledge of what the universe looks like at different wavelengths.

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  • Fe[26]

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    Fe[26]

    Fuse your way to iron. Be careful, there's one element you should avoid!

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    Hits: 5024 Rated: 3/5 by physics.org users

  • CMBR

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    CMBR

    Based on the addictive 2048 game, join the objects and get to the edge of the observable universe!

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    Hits: 3477 Rated: 3/5 by physics.org users

  • Particle Clicker

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    Particle Clicker

    Particle Clicker is a game about running your own particle physics laboratory. Hire PhD student, post-docs and even Nobel winners!

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    Hits: 4738 Rated: 3/5 by physics.org users

  • Super planet crash

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    Super planet crash

    Drop planets around a star and see how long they last. Score points by placing the planets in the habitable zone. Can you make your solar system last 500 years?

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    Hits: 6398 Rated: 5/5 by physics.org users


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  • Laws of Energy

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    Laws of Energy

    A great site for children aged 11-16 covering where we get energy from, different forms of energy and laws of energy.

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    Hits: 4429 Rated: 5/5 by physics.org users

  • Null Hypothesis

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    Null Hypothesis

    The Null team highlight the lighter side of science with a definite tongue in cheek approach to some serious issues. Its main aim is to foster creativity, understanding and enthusiasm for science, simply by having a laugh.

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    Hits: 3639 Rated: 5/5 by physics.org users

  • How Spacesuits Work

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    How Spacesuits Work

    A brief description of how Spacesuits work. This site is part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.

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    Hits: 3404 Rated: 5/5 by physics.org users

  • Solar system visualiser

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    Solar system visualiser

    Visit this interactive site to explore the orbits of planets and their moons in our solar system and also in a wide selection of extrasolar planetary systems.

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    Hits: 5380 Rated: 5/5 by physics.org users


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