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This site, authored by Michael L. Sitko of the University of Cincinnati's Department of Physics, is about how to determine what kind of particles are present in the rings of planets. Each planet with rings is discussed...
This article, authored by Joel Edward Tohline of Louisiana State University, investigates if binaries can form by spontaneous fission of rapidly rotating protostars. The authors present a classical fission hypothesis,...
This site, hosted by the Tech Museum of Innovation, offers information on what a satellite is, what they do, how they are built, and the orbits that they have. There are many images and diagrams to help explain certain...
This applet shows from three different physical perspectives the orbit of a low-mass test particle around a non-rotating black hole. Below the applet is an instructional guide to the applet and a description of the...
This web site, authored by Enrique Galvez and Charles Holbrow of Colgate University, outlines a project to develop undergraduate physics labs that investigate quantum interference and entanglement with photons. The...
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