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J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides a multimedia introduction to gravity. It includes topics such as forces, acceleration, Newton's laws, orbits, escape velocity, black holes, etc. Short video…
  
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Publisher: D. James
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This site provides a link to a NASA to a teacher manual to accompany the video about Toys in Space. The video demonstrates the actions of a variety of children's toys in microgravity…
  
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This site provides a link to a NASA video about Toys in Space. The video demonstrates the actions of a variety of children's toys in microgravity for classroom comparison with the…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation introduces the search for planets outside of our solar system using the Doppler and transit methods. It includes simulations of the observed radial velocities of…
  
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Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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This site, hosted by MIT, explains the science behind the LIGO interferometer and its detection of gravitational waves. The site gives a description of gravitational waves and a…
  
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Publisher: American Museum of Natural History
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This website, hosted by the American Museum of Natural History, features several articles on gravitation, from the theories of Newton and Einstein to investigations of gravitational…
  
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Physics Central; Publisher: American Physical Society
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Although the physics is classical, making an accurate measurement of the gravitational constant, fondly known as "big-G," is still difficult. Learn how it's done.
  
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Physics Central; Publisher: American Physical Society
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Find out how astronauts can float about in their orbiting spacecraft and feel no effects of gravity. See what boiling water looks like in space.
  
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Publisher: Science@NASA
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This NASA website has QuickTime videos that compare boiling water on Earth and in space. A photo shows the bubble that forms in space once some of the water is boiled. Text provides…
  
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This NASA website explores flames in microgravity and shows photos of flames in space. Also, it describes a related experiment in which spiral patterns are observed when a slowly…
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