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Greetings to all!

As a small experimentation project, the San Agustín Astronomy Club, developed a small experiment for the construction of academic material and astronomical observation,

Construction of Planisphere

The experiment consists of the following materials:

  • Planisphere prints (coated paper) and front / rear covers designed by the club.
  • Tacks and insurance
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Glue

Likewise, with instruction from the teacher, the experiment was developed with a series of steps for the assembly of the planisphere.

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Planisphere designed, with latitude of the city of Cochabamba (Latitude: -17.414, Longitude: -66.1653 17 ° 24 ') including Photographs taken by the Club, Cost: Bs 3.5 (0.5 USD).

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The experiment was successfully achieved, including significant contributions for student learning in Astronomy.

Best regards,

Gabriel Jaimes

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