Tag Archives: physics

June 17

Watch the bright red time ball at Royal Greenwich Observatory drop at 1pm – a tradition since 1833 #London #Travel

August 30

5 things to do before starting to study Eduqas A -Level Physics #eduqas #physics #alevel

One Download the specification and save it somewhere safe. This is the bottom of line of what you need to know. You may also find the teacher’s handbook useful to which gives more information and more specific information. Two Keep handy the terms, definitions and units document. This will need to be referred throughout the […]

August 09

5. View the stars and planets in Meloneras, Gran Canaria #Astronomy #GranCanaria

Head along the prom, look out to sea and to see Venus and Jupiter so clearly. You may also find Starman with one of his telescopes for an even better view. There are also various apps you can download – just point your phone and be amazed.

October 18

Look at live data and see how our electricity is being produced now!

Do you know how your electricity is being produced now? The UK National Grid status site is totally enthralling. It gives live data showing how your electricity is being produced. It is surprising to see how little power is produced by wind. Have your laptop on your lap whilst a popular program is about to […]

October 15

Watch the Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse due to Resonance

The Tacoma Narrows Bridge is a pair of twin suspension bridges that span the Tacoma Narrows strait of Puget Sound in Pierce County, Washington. The bridges connect the city of Tacoma with the Kitsap Peninsula and carry State Route 16 (known as Primary State Highway 14 until 1964) over the strait. Historically, the name “Tacoma […]

October 11

Make a matchstick rocket

All you need to make these rockets is a box of matches, a paper clip, a needle and some aluminium foil. There are a billion ways of videos showing you how to do this on YouTube. Here is just one! Obviously think safety at all times.  

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