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Visit this site, from the Center for Science Education at the University of California Berkeley, for an activity on shadows and light sources. With a few basic materials, users will be able to investigate the relationship between the angle of illumination and the shadow's length. Also, the site also explains the observations and provides links to more information and other astronomy activities.
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Keywords: angle of illumination, light, shadow, source
Record Creator: Metadata instance created June 13, 2006 by Ann Deml
Record Updated: Jul 30, 2006 by Elizabeth Bolton
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