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This animation introduces the studies of astronomers and physicists whose works fundamentally changed our view of the universe.
Keplers, Galileo Galilejs, ņūtons, Einšteins, Kopernika, Tycho Brahe, Bruno, Džordano Bruno, astronoms, fiziķis, heliocentrisks, Visuma modelis, Saules sistēma, Universe, eliptisks ceļš, diena, planēta, Mēness, Jupiters, piena ceļš, Inkvizīcija, kontaktpunkts, likums, Bezgalīgs, dedzināšana pie akmens, rēķini, gravitācija, spēkā esošie likumi, relativitāte, relativitātes teorija, kosmosa laiks, gaismas ātrums, Mehānika, Astronomija, astrofizika, Fizika, zinātnieks, novērošana
Major phases in the history of theories and views about the structure of the atom.
The three important laws describing planetary motion were formulated by Johannes Kepler.
These great scientists had a tremendous impact on the advancement in physics.
The orbits of the 8 planets in our Solar System are elliptical.
The animation shows the way forces act on wheeled vehicles and vehicles with runners.
Galileo Galilei's scientific achievements contributed greatly to the advancement of physics and astronomy.
Massive accelerating or orbiting bodies cause ripples in spacetime. These are called gravitational waves.
This animation presents some interesting facts in the field of astronomy.
The Kepler space telescope was launched by NASA to discover Earth-like planets orbiting other stars
Marie Curie, the only person to win the Nobel Prize in two different sciences, is probably the most famous woman in the history of science.
The diameter of our galaxy is about 100,000 light years; it contains more than 100 billion stars, one of which is our Sun.
This animation demonstrates Sir Isaac Newton's three laws of motion that laid the foundation for classical mechanics.
A force can be measured by measuring the twisting of the torsion wire in a torsion balance.
The Hubble Space Telescope orbits outside the distorting influence of Earth´s atmosphere.
This animation shows optical and radiotelescopes used in astronomical observation.
Studying Ceres and Vesta will help us learn more about the early history of the Solar System and how rocky planets are formed.
The New Horizons space probe was launched in 2006, with the objective to study Pluto and the Kuiper Belt.
The Voyager space probes were the first man-made objects to leave the Solar System. They gather data about outer space and carry information about humanity.
Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space on 12 April 1961.
The atomic bomb is one of the most destructive weapons in human history.
Nuclear fusion will serve as an environmentally friendly and practically unlimited source of energy.
Jupiter is the largest planet of the Solar System, it has two and a half times the mass of all the other planets combined.
The medieval bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa is the most famous leaning tower of the world.
Space probes and Mars rovers examine the structure of Mars and possible traces of life.
Nuclear power plants convert the energy released during nuclear fission into electric power.
Observatories are often built at high elevations to minimise the effects of atmospheric turbulence
A demonstration of nearby planets, stars and galaxies.
Satellites orbiting the Earth can be used for civilian or military purposes.
The Space Shuttle was a manned, reusable spacecraft operated by NASA.
The Soviet-made satellite was the first spacecraft to be launched into outer space (in October 1957).
This animation demonstrates the process of star development for average and massive stars.
A spacecraft on its path is in a constant state of free fall.
The International Space Station is a habitable satellite built with the cooperation of 16 countries.
Neil Armstrong, one of the crew members of Apollo 11 was the first man to set foot on the Moon.