Star Gazer

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Star Gazer :
(i) Keep a log or note book over a period of three months giving observations of stars, moon, planets (If any) visible from a window, garden or street near her own home.
Note : There should be at least one entry per week made regularly at approximately the same time in the evening.
(ii) Demonstrate with diagrams or models (preferably models) the relative position and size of sun, moon, earth and other planets, show their movements.
(iii) Point out in the sky.
(a) At least four constellations visible all the year round.
(b) At least Four constellations not visible all the year round.
(c) At least Four first magnitude stars know to which constellation they belong and at what time of the year they are visible.
(iv) Obtain a compass direction from the stars.

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