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The GCC Physics Club.


Wondering how you could use physics as a career?  Don't miss the AIP Career Network Website


Celebrate the X-Prize for the first commercial flight in space at www.space.com.  Take a look at winning entry SpaceShipOne at http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html Or, find out if there will be any showers in your area (meteor showers, that is) at SpaceWeather.com.


Try the Jet Propulsion Lab or NASA for an out-of-this-world look at physics.


A wide variety of interesting physics material is located at the PhysicsLinks site.


Check out this Powers of 10 Presentation, which provides snapshots as your perspective moves from a view of the universe to a single electron.


For those who just can't spend enough time measuring volts, amps, and ohms, try this virtual oscilloscope.  All the ease of the original in the comfort of your own home!  Instructions for the proper use of an oscilloscope can be found here.


The American Institute of Physics is a central location for physicists across the nation, with firm connections to the Society of Physics Students and Physics honorary Sigma Pi Sigma.


Physics Today takes a more news-related look at modern physics.


Visit comPADRE (the Communities for Physics and Astronomy Digital Resources in Education) for a wide variety of physics-related sites and materials.




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