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When moving charges spiral in a magnetic field, they produce radiation as a result of their accelerations which is called synchrotron radiation. Blackbody radiation refers to an object or system which absorbs all radiation incident upon it and re-radiates energy which is characteristic of this radiating system. Units of radiation, description of risk of radiation, comparing old and new units with good links to other relevant parts of the site.
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Particle physicists from the US talk about why particle physics is important. A complete introduction to particle physics, from the standard model to particle accelerators like the LHC. Particle Clicker is a game about running your own particle physics laboratory.
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Monitoring the Earth's surface using GPS (Global Positioning System) technology, providing quantitative data of changes in position and rates of change. Use the GPS (Giant Penguin Slingshot) to launch Kevin the penguin back on to his space ship. More information on GPS including what type of information is transmitted by satellites.
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The site demonstrate the use of various masses to measure the force exerted on one mass by another. Users can change variables of mass, elasticity and initial speeds of masses on an air track. The mass of the companion is calculated to be 8-10 solar masses, much too large to ...
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A short biography of Franklin, who played a vital role in aiding the DNA work of Watson and Crick. A BBC article by Rosalind Franklin's nephew highlighting her role in the discovery of the structure of DNA. An interview with an American professor who is highlighting Rosalind Franklin's role in the DNA story.
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To find out more, see our Privacy and Cookies policy. Search our database of handpicked physics sites What document type? Your age level All Under 10 11 - 16 Adult What's your knowledge level?
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Search our database of handpicked physics sites What document type? Your age level All Under 10 11 - 16 Adult What's your knowledge level? This site gives an interesting account of the development of computers from the early abacus to the modern PC, via Charles Babbage and Alan Turing's machines.
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An article talking about the role microscopic particles in the air play in helping clouds form. A cloudbow or an iridescent cloud is the beautiful effect caused by the refraction of sunlight through water droplets in clouds. Clouds are a big uncertainty in how the Earth climate will change in the future.
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Search our database of handpicked physics sites What document type? A site detailing the history of telescopes, from Galileo's telescope to the Spitzer space telescope. Find out how digital radio gets from Earth to satellite to you!.
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