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This 2006 student project by Scott Huang of Stony Brook University describes an investigation of how a drop of water acts as a lens. The curvature of a drop of water is varied, and its focal length is measured. ...
This Public Broadcasting Service NOVA website contains information on shock waves and the speed of sound. It has a useful illustration of that shows how a sonic boom occurs at the intersection of the cone of the...
This website, by California Institute of Technology astronomer Mike Brown, describes dwarf planets and the issues in their classification. A diagram show the "new" solar system, including the approximately 50 dwarf...
This site, authored by Daniel A. Russell of Kettering University, offers an animation that shows the formation of shockwaves from waves generated by a moving source. Photos show shockwaves of a bullet, an airplane, and...
This Science News article, from Cornell University, provides information about extraordinarily small vibrating devices, including a nanoguitar that is "carved out of crystalline silicon and no larger than a single...
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