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written by Linda S. Knisely
This site provides lesson plans that aim to teach pysics using the sun as an example.  The lesson plans are called:  1. position, velocity and acceleration, 2. centripetal force and the law of universal gravitation, 3. center of mass of the solar system, and 4. introduction to magnetic spectrum.
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- The Sun
- High School
- Lower Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
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activity, eclipse, experiment, gravity, lab, lesson plan, projects, solar eclipse, solar system, stellar, sun, teaching
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Metadata instance created February 3, 2004 by Kara Lehman
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May 25, 2005 by Marc Gagne
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