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Subatomic Particles Issue Date: 01-21-2018

Cool Spots image Enter the world of Quarked!, quarked.org, Adventures in the Subatomic Universe. Follow Ushi, Danny, Harold and friends as they solve physics problems during their micro-world adventures. First stop: Videos, where you’ll learn about Superconductivity after the friends get stranded in a place with no phone signal. Then discover how temperature affects electrons’ speed. Next, meet the Quarksters. Pay attention, because you’ll need to know facts about the Quarksters to join the Quarked Club. Don’t forget to check out the Subatomic Roadmap to learn physics terminology. Still have questions? Ask Mr. Marks!

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Curious Einstein Issue Date: 04-02-2017

Cool Spots image Albert Einstein was named “Person of the Century” by Time magazine in 2000. The American Museum of Natural History showcases his amazing accomplishments in Physics, amnh.org/explore/ology/physics. Einstein in Time is a snapshot of his early life, interests, career and awards. Make an Atomic Mobile or try one of the other experiments provided. Light, Matter and Energy were concepts that Einstein studied a great deal. Take the virtual tour to see where he got his ideas, including history’s most famous math equation. Learn which famous scientists inspired him in Web Master. Train of Thought is a series of “thought experiments” that will challenge your imagination.

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Science of Sports Issue Date: 07-05-2015

Cool Spots imageDo you play sports? Exploratorium’s Sport Science, exploratorium.edu/explore/sport-science, takes a look at the aerodynamics, force and physics behind your favorite sports. Move famous baseball players through time and see how their stats change in the Baseball Time Machine. Find out the difference between throwing Curveballs and Knuckleballs. Improve your game when you find out what makes a home run in Scientific Slugger, then try “Baseketball.” The Hockey Check Force Calculator can help you find out just how much force is behind each collision you see on the ice.

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Flight Design Issue Date: 06-01-2014

Cool Spots imageAttention all students: NASA needs your help! Future Flight Design, futureflight.arc.nasa.gov, seeks to improve air travel of the future. Have you ever experienced flight delays or busy airports? Airplanes don’t just carry people, they also deliver mail and cargo all over the world. Help solve the Air Transportation Problem by conducting Research. See how Air Traffic is managed today, in the Final Approach Spacing Tool. Did you know that passengers in the United States alone flew 473 billion miles back in 2002?

Visit: http://futureflight.arc.nasa.gov
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Figuring Physics Issue Date: 01-29-2012

Cool Spots imagePhysics.org invites you to explore possible careers in science at physics.org/careers. If you need some inspiration before you make your job selection, check out Profiles where you can read all about talented scientists such as Steff, a weather forecaster, Declan, a surgeon, and Naomi, a mechanical engineer. Now watch the different options that scroll across the top of the page. Click on Science Journalist, Radar Project Manager or Computer Game Designer to discover the best that physics has to offer.

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