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'''Topic and Concept:'''
  Measurement, [[Measurement#Scaling| 1A60. Scaling]]
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'''Description:''' '''Abstract:'''
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In this 1977 movie by Charles & Ray Eames, called "[http://powersof10.com/film The Powers of Ten]", they demonstrate scaling in powers of 10 meters. It covers from the horizon distance down to the scale of quarks and is about 10 minute long. For a truly modern twist on this scaling, check out this 2012 version "[:UScale:Scale of the Universe 2]", by Cary Huang. In this 1977 movie by Charles & Ray Eames, called "[[http://powersof10.com/film|The Powers of Ten]]", they demonstrate scaling in powers of 10 meters. It covers from the horizon distance down to the scale of quarks and is about 10 minute long. For a truly modern twist on this scaling, check out this 2012 version "[[UScale|Scale of the Universe 2]]", by Cary Huang.
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'''Videos:'''
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1. [:UScale:Scale of the Universe]
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[:Instructional:Home] [[Instructional|Home]]

Table of Mechanics Demonstration

List of Mechanics Equipment & Supplies

Lecture Demonstrations

Powers of Ten, 1A60.10

Topic and Concept:

URL Location: http://powersof10.com/

PowersOfTen-14-500.bmp

Abstract:

In this 1977 movie by Charles & Ray Eames, called "The Powers of Ten", they demonstrate scaling in powers of 10 meters. It covers from the horizon distance down to the scale of quarks and is about 10 minute long. For a truly modern twist on this scaling, check out this 2012 version "Scale of the Universe 2", by Cary Huang.

PowersOfTen-01-500-1.bmp

PowersOfTen-04-500.bmp

PowersOfTen-05-500.bmp

PowersOfTen-08-500.bmp

PowersOfTen-11-500.bmp

PowersOfTen-13-500.bmp

Important Setup Notes:

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Setup and Procedure:

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Cautions, Warnings, or Safety Concerns:

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Videos:

References:

Home

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