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WATCH LIVE FRIDAY: Astronaut Rick Mastracchio Speaks to SPACE.com from Space Station

WATCH LIVE FRIDAY: Astronaut Rick Mastracchio Speaks to SPACE.com from Space Station | Physics | Scoop.it
NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio has been living and working on the International Space Station since November. On Friday (Jan. 31) at 10:45 a.m. EST (1545 GMT), the veteran astronaut will speak with SPACE.com about his life in space.
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Analysis: how Formula 1 crash tests work

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Analysis: how Formula 1 crash tests work
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With only six weeks until the first pre-season test of 2014, Formula 1 teams are working through the mandatory crash tests.

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Watch Lightning Bolt Strike in Slow Motion | Video

Watch Lightning Bolt Strike in Slow Motion | Video | Physics | Scoop.it
Researchers captured this lightning strike unfold in Guangzhou, China using an ultra-high-speed video camera that caught 10,000 frames per second.

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WHAT IS NASA PHYSICS?

WHAT IS NASA PHYSICS? | Physics | Scoop.it

NASA Physics does two things. As the name implies it uses the examples from NASA’s exploration of the Earth and cosmos to raise the level of interest and, hopefully, excitement about physics. Secondly, NASA Physics is short, selecting the most important big ideas so that students come away understanding them even if they may not have been exposed to every detail commonly jammed into a normal textbook. NASA Physics is also meant to startle sometimes; to be unlike a textbook in using natural ways of communicating including jokes and humor 


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Why ROYGBIV Is Arbitrary

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Our division of the rainbow comes from Newton—but it's more subjective than scientific.

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The 5 Best Free Tools for Publishing Student Work

The 5 Best Free Tools for Publishing Student Work | Physics | Scoop.it
If you are a passionate educator, you know your students are bright and it’s likely that you want to show the world.  However, publishing student work is not always as easy as taping an assignment on the wall.

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How do you go about publishing student work online so that it’s available to the world? Read on to find out the 5 best free educational tools for publishing student work.

 

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Why is the Solar System Flat? - YouTube

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Twitter / AthIeteMotivate: Physics http://t.co/kdRpyV7Oxl

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Peeking into Schrödinger's Box

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More on "weak measurements" in quantum mechanics.  And a neat graphic for how the experimental apparatus works.

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