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How High the Moon?
The correct answer is about 25000 miles, and in fact Eratosthenes may have been ... How do we begin to measure the distance from the earth to the moon? ...
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How High the Moon?
In this lecture, we shall show how the Greeks made the first real measurements of astronomical distances: the size of the earth and the distance to the moon ...
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How High the Moon?
The correct answer is about 25000 miles, and in fact Eratosthenes may have been ... How do we begin to measure the distance from the earth to the moon? ...
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Special Relativity: Synchronizing Clocks
Remember, this is the time difference between the starting of the train’s back clock and its front clock as measured by an observer on the ground with ...
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Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse. Photo by Scott Hayes. Flashlet by Heather Welch.
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Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse. Photo by Scott Hayes. Flashlet by Heather Welch.
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Galileo's Acceleration Experiment
He concludes that for a ball rolling down a ramp, the speed at various heights is the same as the speed the ball would have attained (much more quickly! ...
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Galileo and Einstein Home Page
Michael Fowler's physics lectures from the U of VA. Interesting and easy to follow.
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Galileo and Einstein Home Page
Michael Fowler's physics lectures from the U of VA. Interesting and easy to follow.
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Conserving Momentum:the Relativistic Mass Increase
What is the increase in the kinetic energy E of the particle during that one second period? By exact analogy with the non-relativistic case reviewed above, ...
 
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