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Category: Start / The Earth in the Universe

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Understanding Plate Motions  Popular

Find out about plate tectonics, including Divergent boundaries -- where new crust is generated as the plates pull away from each other. Convergent boundaries -- where crust is destroyed as one plate dives under another. Transform boundaries -- where crust is neither produced nor destroyed as the plates slide horizontally past each other. Plate boundary zones -- broad belts in which boundaries are not well defined and the effects of plate interaction are unclear.
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Big Bang Shockwave 

Fainly amusing animation....at least it provides some indication of the vastness of the Universe.
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Evolution of the Universe  Popular

A nice introduction ...accessible and suitable for GCSE students
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Flash Timeline of the Big Bang 

Good visual display of  the Big Bang timeline as viewed from a spaceship control panel!
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Introduction to Plate Tectonics  Popular

Well structured and good illustrations. Includes a list of activities and teaching suggestions about plate tectonics.
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Le Big Bang 

Animation of the Big Bang sequence ...in French
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Mysteries of Deep Space  Popular

It's been a long, strange trip for this universe we call home. Follow its development and take a peek at what's ahead with the interactive timeline......


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Simulations and Animations  Popular

Useful animations for and introduction to Cosmology
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Take a trip through the Big Bang  Popular

"As far as we can tell, the expansion of the Universe started many billions of years ago from a very hot, very small state. From that hot, small state, it mushroomed and evolved into the Universe we know today. Cosmologists call that process of expansion the Big Bang because at some phases, especially in the beginning, the process was rather like an explosion...."


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The cause of earthquakes  Popular

Useful graphics and illustrations, but rather messy presentation.
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