How do you do a project about the sun?
Not sure what your level is; this may not be appropriate. You can make a pin-hole projector and actually project an image of the sun onto a piece of cardboard. If you do it right, you can get an image that is large enough so that sunspots may even be visible! You could also have classmates do an actual estimate of the diameter of the sun (or you could explain how you did it with your projector). If you carefully measure the distance between the pinhole and the surface you project the sun's image onto, and then carefully measure the diameter of the image right at that distance, you can do something interesting. The proportion of the 2 lengths is the same, no matter how big the distance gets. Can you see how you would "measure" the diameter of the sun this way? By the way, never, never, never look directly into the sun.
Her next project is trying to finish the book Midnight Sun which is the book Twilight but from Edward's point of veiw. Stephenie has decided due to the illegal early release of the first 264 pages of Midnight Sun that she will no long work on it. She is either working on something with sirens/mermaids or continuing the Host series with The Soul and then the Seeker.
Yes, it's called 'Midnight Sun' but the project has been put on hold indefinitely. A 264 page draft was leaked last year and has resulted in Stephenie abandoning the project for now. 'Midnight Sun' is the Twilight story written from Edward's perspective. She has made the draft available on her website: http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/midnightsun.html
Stars are like the sun big balls of gas! I did my science project on how a star was made, the sun is a star, so in space stars look like the sun, but you have to get closer to see the resemblance, Google Stars or Sun then click on images you should get a result about exactly what the might look like.
While the other planets do indeed revolve round the Sun (they orbit the Sun), the Sun itself also rotates on its owne axis (it spins like the Earth). It takes the Sun about 27days to make one rotation and you can observe this for yourself by following the movements of sunspots across the face of the Sun. HOWEVER, pleae note:- It is DANGEROUS to look the Sun either directly, though a telescope or binoculars…
The answer is that annually, on the day of the summer solstice the sun will be highest in the sky at noon. But the sun will be lowest in the sky at noon, on the day of the winter solstice. So on the day of an 'equinox' the sun will be in an intermediate position at noon because an equinox represents the time of year when day and night are roughly equal. Because the days…
It's called Midnight Sun. Stephenie Meyer has aborted the project because a very early draft was leaked onto the internet, and after that, her heart wasn't in the project anymore. She is hoping to start writing it again, when she feels ready. See the Related Link below for the leaked draft of Midnight Sun (Stephenie Meyer has since posted it to her website).
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