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The physics articles in this 2008/9 Wikipedia schools selection have been divided into electricity and electronics, general physics, space transport, space and the planets. We have included Pluto in the planets since people might look for it there, not because we think Pluto is necessarily a planet.

ATLAS experiment Aberration of light Absolute zero
Acceleration Albert Einstein Angular momentum
Archimedes Atomic nucleus Atomic number
Big Bang Black hole Blaise Pascal
Boiling point Casimir effect Celsius
Color Condensed matter physics Dark matter
Density Electric charge Electricity
Electromagnetic radiation Electromagnetism Electron
Energy Entropy Euclidean vector
Force Fossil fuel Gas
Gravitation Half-life Heat
History of physics Ice Introduction to quantum mechanics
Introduction to special relativity Isaac Newton Isospin
Isotope Kelvin Kilogram
Kinetic energy Laser Light
Liquid List of particles Magnetism
Mass Matter Momentum
Motion (physics) Nature Neutron
Nobel Prize in Physics Nuclear fission Nuclear physics
Optical fiber Optical microscope Optics
Particle physics Phase (matter) Photon
Physical paradox Physics Plasma (physics)
Portal:Physics Proton Quantum field theory
Quark Radio frequency Redshift
Renormalization SI base unit Schrödinger equation
Second law of thermodynamics Solid Sound
Spacecraft propulsion Special relativity Speed of light
Spherical aberration Stable isotope Star
String theory Sun Supernova
Surface tension Telescope Temperature
Theory of relativity Thermodynamic temperature Third law of thermodynamics
Tide Time Time zone
Ultraviolet Wave Wave–particle duality
White dwarf Work (physics) Work (thermodynamics)
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