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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

MIT 8.01 Classical Mechanics Lecture 5

MIT Physics Course
Professor Walter Lewin
8.01 Physics  I: Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999

Uniform circular motion.  At 12 minutes:  experiment showing that if we stop pulling the object toward the center, its motion become linear.  Orbits of planets.  Centrifuging a wet lettuce.  Artificial gravity.  Centrifuge demonstration.  Bucket of water in vertical circular motion.

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