8C10.30 - Expanding Universe
Draw galaxies onto the large balloons. Tape a new balloon onto the hoses after each use as they are usually not good for more than one inflation. They may be inflated to 36 inch diameter or larger with no problems. Don't fear balloon breakage as the pressures inside such a large balloon is 2 lbs. or less which means you won't even hear a good pop if it breaks.
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- David Chandler, "An Expanding Universe in the Classroom", TPT, Vol. 29, #2, Feb. 1991, p. 103.
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- Charles Day, "Galaxy Clusters Tighten Constraints on the Cosmic Accelerator", Physics Today, Vol. 62, #3, Mar. 2009, p. 14.
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- Janice VanCleave, "13. Expanding", 201 Awesome, Magical, Bizarre, & Incredible Experiments, p. 8.
- Janice VanCleave, "26. Expanding", Astronomy for Every Kid, p. 58.
- Robert Ehrlich, "Expansion of the Universe", Why Toast Lands Jelly-Side Down, p. 189-191.
- Wayne D. Peterson, "Showing the Expanding Universe Using a Mug Rack Expander", 2005 Apparatus Competition, Salt Lake City, UT.
- "The History and Fate of the Universe", Poster, Contemporary Physics Education Project; 2003: http://CPEPweb.org.
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