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This presentation overviews solar energy from stars, nucleosynthesis, how other trace elements form, and how studying stars is useful for physicists. These lectures contain pictures, images, graphs, and links to the...
This tutorial begins with a description of Hubble's discovery that other galaxies exsist besides the Milky Way and how these galxies are classified. Hubble denoted galaxies as being either spiral, elliptical, or...
This site discusses hydrostatic balance, radiation pressure, and gravity and how these things affect the evolution of a star based on its mass. There are three sections that talk about the mass criteria, lifetime, and...
What is the relationship between the brain and music? That very question animates the Library of Congress' Music and the Brain series, and their website allows interested parties to listen in on some of the...
This website is a boon for anyone who researches, works, or cares for the elderly, particularly considering its aging-related services focus. The Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) describes itself in its...
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