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Views 290Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Additional Applied Science

How Big is the Universe? Part 2 of 2

An explanation of the size of the observable universe and why we cannot see beyond it. together with a forward look to a time when distant galaxies will no longer be visible.

Views 245Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

How Big is the Universe? Part 1 of 2

An explanation of the size of the observable universe and why we cannot see beyond it. together with a forward look to a time when distant galaxies will no longer be visible.

Views 285Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

From the Big Bang to Now

An explanation of what happened in the early stages after the big bang, and the evidence for it.

Views 267Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Hubble, Big Bang and The Age of the Universe - Part 3

The derivation of Hubble's equation from the Doppler effect, the deduction of an expanding universe from a Big Bang and a calculation of the age of the universe.

Views 275Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Hubble, Big Bang and The Age of the Universe - Part 2

The derivation of Hubble's equation from the Doppler effect, the deduction of an expanding universe from a Big Bang and a calculation of the age of the universe.

Views 278Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Hubble, Big Bang and The Age of the Universe - Part 1

The derivation of Hubble's equation from the Doppler effect, the deduction of an expanding universe from a Big Bang and a calculation of the age of the universe.

Views 274Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Olbers' Paradox - A Level Physics

Olbers' Paradox - why is the sky dark at night - explained

Views 255Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Parallax - A Level Physics

A desciption of stellar parallax which enables distances to nearby stars to be calculated

Views 236Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Star Classification - A Level Physics

Star classification covering luminosity, intensity, apparent and absolute magnitude, standard candles, spectral classification, Wien's Law, Stefan's Law and the Hertzsprung Russell diagram

Views 216Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics
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