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The International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Science Initiative (ISTP), a collaborative effort by NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) of Japan, has recently...
This web site contains in-depth notes with examples and practice problems for several topics in introductory physics and astronomy. Some of these topics include classical mechanics, geometric optics, celestial...
This web page contains an activity to track the position of the sun at different times during the year. Participants create their own sundials and mark the location of the sun’s shadow over a period of time. An...
This site, created by John Walker of Formilab -- Switzerland, allows users to view the earth and moon, and daylight and night regions, from a wide range of viewpoints. These include from the sun, the moon, the earth, at...
This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, discusses why and how sundials tell time. It provides instructions for teachers and students on how to create a paper sundial, tells how to design sundials for...
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