## Photos from The Physics Classroom's Flickr Group

### Lesson 1: Motion Characteristics for Circular Motion

Lesson 1 discusses the conceptual and mathematical aspects of various motion quantities (speed, velocity, acceleration and force) and their relationship to circular motion. Items in the group's pool include roller coaster loops, corkscrews and turns, air show pilots, motorcycle riders on curves, sprinters, and much more. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 1 of the Circular Motion and Satellite Motion chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

### Lesson 2: Applications of Circular Motion

Lesson 2 focuses on the application of Newton's second law to the analysis of situations involving objects moving in circles. Items in the group's pool include air show pilots, historic roller coasters, roller coaster loops and corkscrews, motorcyclists on turns and much more. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 2 of the Circular Motion and Satellite Motion chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

### Lesson 3: Universal Gravitation

Lesson 3 discusses the conceptual and mathematical aspects of Newton's law of universal gravitation. Items in the group's pool include statues of Newton, sketches of Newton, free falling objects, and (of course) apples. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 3 of the Circular Motion and Satellite Motion chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

### Lesson 4: Planetary and Satellite Motion

Lesson 4 discusses a variety of topics related to planetary and satellite motion, including Kepler's three laws, satellite motion mathematics, weightlessness and energy concepts. Items in the group's pool include occupants of NASA's vomit comet, solar system diagrams, roller coaster drops, sketches of Kepler, and much more. Photos complement many of the discussions from Lesson 4 of the Circular Motion and Satellite Motion chapter of The Physics Classroom Tutorial.

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