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Galileo's experiments interactive
Predict what will happen in the experiments that Galileo did on dropping objects, projectiles and inclined planes.

Making and flying tumblewings
The site includes a video introduction, then instructions so you can make and fly tumblewings.

Equations of Motion
Work through the summary using the arrow at the top left hand corner, then try the questions.

Velocity and accleration
Work through the pages on velocity and acceleration completing the questions as you go.

Weightlessness in orbit from the Physics Classroom
Read through each section and then check your understanding by doing the questions at the end. Then check out the animations in the Multimedia Studios on the site for more help.

3D Satellite tracking in real time from NASA
Find out where satellites, including the International Space Station, are now using this site from NASA.

Projectile motion using interactive animations (PhET)
Run the simulation. Blast a Buick out of a cannon! Learn about projectile motion by firing various objects. Set the angle, initial speed, and mass. Add air resistance. Make a game out of this simulation by trying to hit a target.

Pressure and density (BBC Bitesize)
Read all about pressure and density and how to calculate them. Then try the activity and do the test!

Projectile Motion Animation
Change the angle and velocity and look at the range of the projectile.

Make a water pump
Use straws to make a water pump to show centripetal force.

Projectiles from The Physics Classroom
Read all about projectiles and watch the animations.

Circular motion from the Physics Classroom
Read through each section and then check your understanding by doing the questions at the end. Then check out the animations in the Multimedia Studios on the site for more help.

Geostationary and polar orbits from NASA
Find out about geostationary and polar orbits.

Forces and Motion
Read about forces, motion and pressure and answer the questions.

Mechanics at a Glance (School Physics)
Find out about speed, acceleration, circular motion, kinetic and potential energy, Newton's Laws, work and power, and velocity.

Experiments to show circular motion (Practical Physics)
How to do an experiment to show circular motion.

Measuring the pressure and density of air (Practical Physics)
How to do experiments to measure the pressure and density of air,

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