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This website, authored by Fu-Kwun Hwang of the National Taiwan Normal University, contains an applet on circular motion. The simulation portrays a ball on a string swinging in a circle. The radius of the circle and the...
This resource describes the physics of a simple infra-red detector. A simulation is used to illustrate energy level dependence and electron transitions in the detector. Discussion problems and comparison with other...
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...
Spectra is a website illustrating how astronomers use spectra to understand what stars are made of, their structures, and their evolution. The page begins with an introduction to the electromagnetic spectrum and then...
This is a Nobel Prize winning article by professor John N. Bahcall on how the sun shines. The articles discusses the age of the sun, the discovery of what the sun is made of, how the sun shines and much more.
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