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Phabulous Physics: Acceleration and Velocity
This physics unit allows students to fully investigate the concept of linear motion. It includes derivations of the equations and various graphs relating displacement, velocity, and acceleration. The unit includes tips...
Computer Animations of Physical Processes
This site contains various applets and animations of physical processes, demonstrating various ideas in waves, optics, mechanics, and thermodynamics. The site also contains information on the theory behind diffraction...
The Constellations and their Stars
This website is a tutorial on constellations and the stars in them. It offers an alphabetical and monthly listing of the constellations. It also provides a listing of stars, messier objects, and a list of the brightest...
Astronomy 121, 122, and 123: Lecture Notes
These lecture notes are intended for use in an astronomy course given at the University of Oregon. These three courses are about planets, stars, and galaxies. For the planet lecture section, each planet is discussed as...
Why Do We Study Stars?
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...
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