Science Fair Projects: Flight, Space & Astronomy

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Sterling Publishing Company, Mar 1, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 95 pages
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Find out how to create your own "Darth Fader" to determine the effects of sunlight on different colors; watch the night sky for some absolutely stellar performances; and create your own planet for you and your friends to visit. The Annual Meteor Shower Chart shows the best times to go meteor watching.

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Contents

A Note to the Parent
5
Project
6
Whos in the Moon? Imagination and moon images
9
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Keen holds as associate in science degree, having majored in electronic technology. He is the publisher of a county newspaper in southern New Jersey. He was employed in the field of electronics for 23 years and his work included electronic servicing as well as computer consulting and programming. He has written numerous articles for many computer magazines and trade journals since 1979.

Frances W. Zweifel is a published author and an illustrator of books for children and young adults. Among her other books are Optical Illusion Experiments and Science Fair Projects: Chemistry.

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