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Gooey Slime

Gooey Slime is a fun science experiment for kids where they make their own polymer at home. Why are polymers important to us? There are polymers everywhere around us. From plastic bottles, erasers, rubber shoes to glue; these items are examples…
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Moon and its phases

It is always fascinating to see objects that are visible in the night sky and there is hardly anyone who is not attracted towards its beauty. I always get fascinated with the objects like stars, moon etc. shinning in the night sky. As usual…
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Basics of Astrophography

Clicking pictures of planets, Deep sky objects, star trail photography is something everyone would like to do. But frankly speaking before doing astrophotography, one should have the basic idea of what all accessories you require and how to…

List of 5 Online Astronomy Projects for Children in School or from Home

Astronomy is always a favorite subject to learn and search upon, less than 5% of total universe is known to us, our universe is still  a mystery for us!! Scientist all over the world are searching and trying to understand our universe. Now…
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Naked Eye Planet Observation in the Solar System

What are Naked Eye Planets – Brief When we say Naked eye planets ,it means the five brightest planets  known since ancient times , Mercury ,Venus ,Mars ,Jupiter and Saturn. These planets are easily visible in the sky and they are visible…
Planning to Buy 1st Telescope for Kids ? Things to Know

Telescope for Kids ! Planning to Buy your 1st Telescope ! Things to Know

Looking at your all so curious child looking at the sky and wandering what’s up there definitely makes a parent think of buying a telescope for his/her Kids - budding scientist. But often this leads to a headache for them. The market is full…
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Dry Ice Comet

Dry Ice Comet is an Astronomy experiment where kids can make a comet just exactly like the one you can find in space! Let’s make a comet of our own with some materials that you can find in your house. Safety First! Adult Supervision…