Every Day Science January 2007

January 2007
Science & Children;Jan2007, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p68
Academic Journal
The article presents facts and information of events and celebrations which happens each day for the month of January including the birthday of nuclear physicist Harriet Brooks, the day when Galileo wrote his first letter describing what he saw through his telescope in 1610 and the development of the fire-resistant fabric.


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