Science projects you can do at home
By: Jennifer Kirkman
There are several types of biology books for kids. But some of these are much better than others. Here goes some suggestions for parents. Monarch Magic! Butterfly Activities & Nature Discoveries by Lynn Rosenblatt is excellent for children that are between the ages of...
How telescopes work
By: Brian Dodson
How Telescopes Work - Refracting Telescopes We find out about the Universe by detecting and analyzing the electromagnetic radiation emitted from celestial bodies. Translation - we look up and see what is there. Our eyes alone and unassisted are not sufficient to accomplish this...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It makes no sense for us to be alone in the universe, as the universe is infinite. Our definition of our little section of infinity, as created by the "big bang", is fine, but our definition of ourselves as the only sentient life form that...
How to grow crystals for a science fair project
By: Colleen Mart
Some of the largest natural crystals ever found are in the Cueva de los Cristales (Cave of Crystals) in Mexico. Some of these fabulous crystals are 36 feet long and can weigh as much as 55 tons. Formed from gypsum, they are transparent and glitter...
By: Nan C Avery
Newton's three laws of motion which were written and explained in 1687 are still accepted today. The laws were based upon Galileo's experiments. It has been said that Einstein's Theory of Relativity must modify the laws when speed of an object approaches the speed...
By: Ian Sherred
Have you ever tripped over a paving slab? Exhausted yourself trying to push start your car? Been whacked by a swing door that you pushed open a little too enthusiastically? If so, you'll have had a perfect demonstration of Newton's Laws of Motion. Although it...
The top 10 Hubble telescope discoveries
By: Colleen Mart
When the Hubble Space Telescope, fondly known as Hubble throughout the world, hitched a ride on the space shuttle in April of 1990, it was hoped that the versatility and size of the telescope would open up the secrets of our solar system and the...
By: Lalitha Subbaraman
A picture is worth thousand words Hubble telescope played an important role in understanding the universe and the cosmic frontiers.Hubble telescope's contribution is memorable.Hubble telescope's top ten discoveries are worth exploring venture for any aspiring astronomer . Hubble performed a crucial tole in discovering...
The facts about pulsars
By: Paul Scanlon - 544446
A pulsar is an abbreviation for a pulsating radio star. Pulsars are believed to be rapidly rotating neutron stars, which have very strong magnetic fields. As these stars rotate, they emit beams of radio waves from both magnetic poles. If these beams cut across the...
An explanation of Newton's three laws of motion
By: TG Lambini
I'm not going to use any formulas! Ok, those sounds you hear are the gasps of every physicist reading this. But they shouldn't be shocked. After all, back in the days of Newton and even today, physicists explain things by observing nature. Of course, they...

 

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