kids. Monday , October 23rd , 2017 - 04:34:47 AM
A home planetarium is a great way to have fun exploring astronomy for kids. It doesn't require a huge financial investment to get started. Kids can make a simple star projector using a recycled cylindrical container - such as a coffee can - along with a flashlight and support stand. Use a star chart to trace out overhead constellations and poke small holes in the container lid. Put a flashlight inside and place on an angled support stand. In a dark room, the homemade projector casts patterns from the lid. Larger holes represent brighter stars or planets.
As simple as this sounds, it is important to buy good quality furniture pads, made from non-scratch materials. They should not only protect your flooring from scuffs and dents, but also be thick enough to cut down on noise.
We know that all are equal before the law, and we all know that some are more equal than others, as the saying goes. But in cases like this, although eavesdropping is not legal everywhere if not carried out by law enforcement institution, does the usage of a cellular interceptor really break the law?
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