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M. Fowler
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This website provides materials for a university-level historical astronomy course. Full lecture notes are provided, along with animations and simulations to illustrate aspects of…
  
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R. Salgado
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This is a series of animations that demonstrate the tools used to understand Special Relativity and explain some of the unintuitive result of Special Relativity with graphical,…
  
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B. Crowell
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This web site contains a free textbook for a non-mathematical Conceptual Physics course aimed at high school or beginning college students. The author adopts a modern approach to…
  
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M. Fowler and J. Hui Wan Ching
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This web page contains a simulation that recreates the Michelson-Morley experiment. The main objective of this experiment was to prove the existence of the medium in which light…
  
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Publisher: Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics
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Einstein Online provides the user with a simple, but thorough, introduction to Einstein's Theory of Relativity. In the section 'Elementary Einstein', the theories of Special and…
  
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M. Sharma; Publisher: UniServe Science
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This resource is a set of activity-based physics tutorials and worksheets developed for students with prior high school physics experience. It was designed to be implemented in…
  
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E. Abbott
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This book explores two dimensional space, Flatland, in the form of "A Romance." This should be a must read for anyone learning relativity.