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This website is dedicated to the amateur astronomer interested in Deep Sky Object Observation. It begins by explaining how these objects are divided into different types, mainly nebulae, and how they are classified,...
This Exploratorium site presents the ray model of pinhole images. It develops the concepts necessary to understand these images and illustrates them with clear, easy-to-understand diagrams. It explains several examples...
This webpage from PBS' NOVA explores the electrostatic forces that cause lightning and engages students with an "Ask The Expert" question-answer set. Different types of lightning are described along with their pictures....
This site, provided by the Center for Science Education at the University of California Berkeley, contains an activity to experiment with shadows and light sources and to understand the relationship between the angle of...
This website allows students to design a simple roller coaster, and it then evaluates the roller coaster based on physical principles such as potential energy and circular motion. It rates the roller coaster on safety...
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