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A simple explanation of how a transistor works. Most introductory textbooks do a very poor job of explaining the details... see more

This National Aeronautics and Space Administration website features photos of the New Orleans area during hurricane... see more

This site, authored by John Kolena of Duke University, provides an extensive list of image processing software, remote... see more

This site, created by Harry N. Nelson at the University of California, Santa Barbara, contains a collection of pictures... see more

This web site is an extensive collection of images and descriptions of historical instruments used in the physical... see more

This site, created by Tom Roger of, is dedicated to describing the poor physics that can be found in many... see more

The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) is sponsored by the five leading chip manufacturing... see more

These online lecture notes introduce students to the basics of space flight. Topics covered include: rocket motors,... see more

This site, created by the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, offers basic information on the planets in our... see more

This simple site features product reviews, a list of tutorials, problems & repairs, water saving tips, irrigation... see more

An atomic, molecular and optical physics research laboratory at Kansas State University, funded by the United States... see more

The demonstrations given on this Web site are a collection of Java applets and RealAudio clips that explain many... see more

This workbook has been curated to match Kaplan's AP Physics review book in order to make studying for the exam easier.

This site features twenty-four interactive learning modules and fifteen pilot modules offering educational technologies... see more

A free series of textbooks on the subjects of electricity and electronics. These books DC, AC, Semiconductors,... see more

A free series of textbooks on the subjects of electricity and electronics. These books DC, AC, Semiconductors,... see more

This is a free series of online textbooks on the subjects of electricity and electronics. Materials cover AC and DC... see more

In this activity, by the Concord Consortium's Molecular Literacy project, students "are introduced to the basic concepts... see more

The Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University website provides information on the interdisciplinary research and... see more

Live from CERN is a series of live and archived video broadcasts on topics in physics and related fields with supporting... see more

Stars live for a very long time compared to human lifetimes. Your great, great grandparents saw the same stars as you... see more

NASA's "Living in Space Web" site allows kids of all ages the opportunity to learn how astronauts cope with zero gravity... see more

NASA's Magellan spacecraft used a sophisticated imaging radar to make the most highly detailed maps of Venus ever... see more

This website from the Australian Telescope Outreach and Education group provides a thorough introduction to the life and... see more