November 1961
New Yorker;11/11/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 39, p112
The article reports on a science project to be conducted at Las Virgenes School in California as published in the periodical "Enterprise" as of September 22, 1962. The main focus of the activity is about the eclipse of the sun which will be implemented throughout the school. A comment on the said project is also presented.


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