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Randomly Interesting: The Super-Kamiokande

The Super-Kamiokande is a submerged neutrino (cosmic ray) detector located in Mount KamiokakĊ in Japan, 1000 meters underground in an old mineshaft. The enormous apparatus is primarily used for detecting supernovas and cosmic rays. Originally constructed in 1993, the detector

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Physics Resources

Taking a high school physics course? Check out our collaborative physics formula sheet. It includes most formulas covered by a Physics I level class, and fits them onto a single (2-sided) sheet of 8.5×11 paper. If you see any problems

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