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View Resource Cosmic Mystery Tour

This site, created by Michael Norman of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses the very beginning of the universe up to today. The site includes numerous pictures that help bring the ideas to life. Some of these include a cosmic time line, quark soup, the big freeze out, galaxy birth and today's universe. The page also features a useful site map and a glossary of terms for...

View Resource Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator

Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) is funded by the Office of Science for the United States Department of Energy (DoE) with strong support from the City of Newport News, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the United States Congress. As a user facility for scientists worldwide, its primary mission is to conduct basic research of the atom?s nucleus at the quark level. T...

View Resource Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider

The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider is a particle accelerator capable of creating the highest energy heavy ion collisions in the world. It is designed to explore a new state of matter called quark-gluon plasma. The facility is located at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York.

View Resource The Mechanical Universe and Beyond

This series of for physics teachers from Annenberg Media contains ?52 half hour video programs and coordinated books.? Video programs explore topics in physics from the basic fundamentals to more advanced concepts. Some topics of these segments include: inertia, Newton?s Laws, vectors, harmonic motion, Kepler?s Laws, electricity, magnetism and quantum mechanics. Teachers will find these p...

View Resource Take a Trip Through the Big Bang

The physicist Patricia Schwarz presents numerous animations, illustrations, and text dealing with the Big Bang Theory. Users can learn about the observations and knowledge that provide the framework for the theory. Visitors begin by learning about the Planck Era and the Inflation Era, then move on to how radiation filled the universe, how hydrogen gas creates the first stars, and the evolution...

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