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Editor: A. Duffy; Publisher: Boston University Physics Department
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This web page features a collection of Easy Java Simulations developed for use in introductory physics courses. Topics include astronomy, momentum, kinematics, electromagnetism,…
Blackbody Radiation: Frequency and Wavelength  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Palop
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The Blackbody Radiation: Frequency and Wavelength model simulates the blackbody radiation curves of Planck both as a function of frequency and as a function of wavelength to allow…
  
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T. Slater
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In this laboratory activity, students learn about lenses and telescope construction. Students will describe the nature of convex lenses, measure the focal length of several lenses,…
  
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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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M. Davidson
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A series of "Powers of Ten" is sequentially displayed, beginning with a square covering 10 23 m on a side and progressing through 10 -16 m on a side. The scale and description of…
  
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This website is a collection of planet images as seen from different planets or unmanned space missions. Users are able to view the images at certain dates and vary either the field…
  
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K. Lee; Publisher: Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska
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This simulation illustrates the physics of planetary orbits. The user can control the size and orbital path of the orbit. Each of Kepler's three laws and aspects of Newton's Law are…
  
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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
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This is an interactive homework problem for introductory physics students relating to acceleration of the orbital body "Ganymede", which is the largest moon of Jupiter. Given the…
  
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M. Fowler and H. Welch
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This web page demonstrates Kepler's Laws through a Flash simulation. The user places an object at some distance from the Sun and gives it an initial velocity to orbit the sun. Once…
  
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J. Dubinski
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This site give an animation simulation of what will happen in about 3 billion years when our galaxy and the Andromeda galaxy approach each other over the course of 1.5 billion years.
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