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Publisher: NASA Langley Research Center
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Visit this NASA website to learn about the visible spectrum of light and the color each wavelength of light will produce. The page contains a diagram of the electromagnetic spectrum…
Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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F. Hwang; Editors: L. Wee and W. Christian
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With this simulation you can investigate how the spectrum of a black body (like the sun) depends upon temperature and wavelength. A slider control let you smoothly vary the…
  
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This HyperPhysics page from Georgia State University contains an explanation of why the sky is blue, as well as details about Rayleigh and Mie scattering. See also the explanation of…
  
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This web page contains a set of more than 40 simple experiments, or "snacks", on the topic of light. Exploratorium Science Snacks are miniature versions of popular exhibits at the…
  
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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: NOAA Outreach Unit
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This NOAA article describes how fluorescence is used to investigate undersea organisms. The article includes an illustrated step-by-step description of how the experiments are done,…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This Exploratorium site provides an explanation of how soap films produce color bands. Wave interference is used to explain the colors observed without mathematics. Photos illustrate…
  
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Publisher: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
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Simulate the sky with milky water to find out why the sky is blue.
  
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Publisher: Ontario Science Center
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What happens when colored lights overlap? Move colored circles on the screen and find out! Try to predict what color you will see.
  
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M. Davidson; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This resource is a set of 20 interactive Java simulations that depict optical illusions based on movement. Included are a variety of spinning disks, color wheels of varying patterns,…
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