Physics Phun Night

Friday, November 16, 2012 -
7:00pm to 8:30pm

The entire community is invited to this exciting event! Witness a professor lie on a bed of nails and have a cement block broken upon him. Experience light sabers, burning bubbles, rocket propulsion and giant smoke rings! This annual event features physics department members – faculty, staff, students and friends of the department – present various physics experiments and demonstrations "without the lecture." Physics Phun Nite is the department's most popular event. Activities are free and can only be described as a showcase of the most fascinating physical principles. Past years have featured such diverse demonstrations as the Van de Graaff, optical illusions, singing/dueling sewer pipes, light sabers and so much more!

Main Campus
Physics-Atmospheric Sciences 201
Tucson , AZ
United States
Arizona US
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