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    1. There were about 10 minutes to go before the sun disappeared from the daytime sky, but things were already feeling strange. It wasn’t warm enough for a summer’s day in Oregon. It was as if the ...

    2. Due to some strange, likely physics-related phenomenon, the light that filtered through to the ground during the eclipse was crescent shaped.

    3. No one in Colin Steele's physics class would have imagined they'd be together again this way, watching the 2017 solar eclipse in Jackson, Wyoming. Colin Steele and his former students ...

    4. Sinha heads to Harvard next, where she plans on studying physics and electrical engineering with a focus on applications to biological and environmental sciences.

    5. "The physics engine [for Project Cars] is very sophisticated," Chong said. If Slightly Mad does make a more arcade-style racing game, don't expect it to carry the Project Cars name.

    6. No matter who you are or what school you attend, there are numerous apps that can help your college life feel a little easier and less stressful. Whether you’re taking a general requirement, ...

    7. This story was updated to include the National Park Service as a source of information. As the hunt continues for appropriate eclipse glasses, many consumers are turning to welding lenses or ...

    8. "A totally eclipsed sun is 10,000 times fainter than one that is 99 percent covered by the moon," Meg Pickett, professor of physics at Lawrence University, told me. The change in light ...

    9. Due to some strange, likely physics-related phenomenon, the light that filtered through to the ground during the eclipse was crescent shaped.

    10. Hawley, a professor of physics and astronomy as well as the director of engineering physics at the University of Kansas, advised booking any travel tickets and hotel reservations ...

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