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These collection of animations and simulations illustrate galaxy collisions, fusion in the sun, the Big Bang, the inverse square law, searching for black holes, the H-R diagram, eclipsing binary stars, proper motion,...
These supplemental class notes cover the basic properties of matter, the nature of forces, the electromagnetic spectrum, and how astronomers exploit the properties of the EM spectrum to deduce the physical nature of...
This study guide discusses the moon, eclipses, and how stonehenge incorporated knowledge of the lunar cycles. There is also a video of the Moon's shadow crossing the Earth during an eclipse.
This study guide discusses the beginning of scientific astronomy, starting with Greek astronomy. It progresses through the dark ages and the Renaissance, highlighting Copernicus's contributions to astronomy. There are...
This paper, presented at the 2002 Physics Education Research Conference, describes alternative formative assessment techniques and their implementation in an introductory physics course. These techniques help students...
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