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Publisher: California Institute of Technology
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This article from Caltech describes how maple seeds spin as they fall to the ground. It also goes into the applications behind the research and includes a link to a video of the air…
  
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The Australian Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation's archive of DIY science projects include a range of activities involving explosions, slime, rockets, rainbows, and more.
  
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Publisher: NASA Glenn Research Center
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This site from the NASA Glenn Research Center offers a brief introduction to propulsion with many links to explore related concepts in depth. Topics include Newton's laws, thrust,…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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This site, from the American Physical Society's Physical Review Focus, presents an experiment to investigate how liquids mix in turbulent flows, using thickness variations in soap…
  
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Publisher: Science Museum of Toyko
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Enjoy this charming animation, with music, about a young wizard who really wants to fly. Along the way, learn about the physics of flight.
  
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Publisher: Science Museum of Minnesota
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Learn how physics can help you make art with wind. Visit an outdoor gallery of wind-powered whirligigs, meet the artist, and browse links to all kinds of nice at-home activities on…
  
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Publisher: Questacon
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Investigate surface tension by sprinkling pepper on water, and find out what happens when soap or detergent is added. Learn about surface tension.
  
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Publisher: Questacon
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Try puncturing a balloon with a paper clip at different places--you can amaze your friends with the result. Find out how self-sealing fuel tanks work.
  
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Build a bottle rocket from a soda bottle and a pump. Investigate the effects of adding water. Be sure to do this activity with adult supervision.
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Publisher: Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
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Learn all about water fountains. Find out how they work and how you can build your own. Contribute to the site by sending in a photo of your own favorite.
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