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Circular motion: vertical ball in hoop (Tim holding)

Circular motion: vertical ball in hoop (Tim holding)

Circular motion: ball in circular hoop (x-t graph)

This resource includes videos that can be used to demonstrate the motion of an object on the International Space Station, either with or without the use of Tracker software.  The Tracker files are...

Circular motion: vertical ball in a hoop (clamped)

Circular motion: vertical ball in a hoop (clamped)

Circular motion: ball in a circular hoop (y-t, v-t, a-t graphs)

Circular motion: ball in a circular hoop (y-t graph)

Circular motion: ball in a circular hoop (v-t graph - damping)

This resource includes videos that can be used to...

Circular motion: horizontal ball in a hoop (Tim holding)

Circular motion: horizontal ball in a hoop (Tim holding)

Circular motion: ball in a circular hoop (x-t graph - damping)

This resource includes videos that can be used to demonstrate the motion of an object on the International Space Station, either with or without the use of Tracker software.  The...

Circular motion: ball on tether released (vertical plane)

Circular motion: ball on tether released (vertical plane)

Circular motion: spinning ball on a string then released (y-t graph)

This resource includes videos that can be used to demonstrate the motion of an object on the International Space Station, either with or without the use of Tracker software...

Circular motion: ball on a tether released (horizontal plane)

Ball on a tether released (horizontal plane)

Spinning ball on a string then released (x-t graph)

This resource includes videos that can be used to demonstrate the motion of an object on the International Space Station, either with or without the use of Tracker software.  The Tracker files are...

Prepare your own Solar Cell

Renewable energy is generally considered as being from an energy resource that is replaced rapidly by a natural process such as power generated from the sun or from the wind. Most renewable forms of energy, other than geothermal and wave power, ultimately come from the sun. Visible light can be converted directly...

Plotting the Rotation Curve of M31

In this activity, from the Royal Observatory Greenwich, students use real data, taken from a scientific paper, to plot the rotational curve of M31 (Andromeda), our neighbouring spiral galaxy. They will look at Kepler’s third law to predict the motion of stars around the centre of M31. They will then measure the...

Particle Physics: a Physics Kit

This resource, produced by SEPNet and Queen Mary University of London, uses Lego to represent the building blocks of matter. Different colour Lego bricks are assigned to different quarks and leptons. The quarks can be put together to make hadrons, such as protons and neutrons. The blocks can also be used to show...

Measuring Distances in the Universe

These activities are produced by the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and the European Space Agency. They are a series of excercises in which students use real data to measure astronomical distances, one of the most basic problems in modern astrophysics.

The students apply different methods to determine...

Martian Death Rays

Could there be life on Mars? Perhaps so, although the high intensity of UV light means that it is unlikely to be found on the surface. The experiment demonstrates how bacteria grown on agar plates can be killed off by UV exposure. Curriculum areas covered: • Microbiology • Cell biology • Aseptic technique The video...

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