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Gravity relentlessly pulls us toward Earth's surface. Everything we do requires us to expend energy, and much of that energy goes toward our struggle against gravity. Despite the powerful force that gravity exerts, we...
The Santa Barbara County Water Education site provides lessons and activities for teachers and students, as well as images, maps, water history, curriculum training information, projects, links to relevant resources,...
In this lesson, students make daily observations of temperature, sky conditions, wind speed and direction, and precipitation type and amount, and record their observations in a log book. They will also compare their...
The discovery of pulsars won Cambridge University professor Anthony Hewish the first Nobel Prize in physics given to an astronomical subject. In this comic-book-style story Jocelyn Bell explains her role as a graduate...
Galileo used his telescope to gather data about the heavens, and his observations and theories sparked much controversy. This video segment discusses Galileo's observations of sunspots, which challenged the current...
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