Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Students amazed as rule of gravity eclipses on chicken eggs

Seeing the gravitational impact on chicken eggs during a partial solar eclipse was among the exciting activities for students at Sekolah Kebangsaan Sungai Menghulu, Langkawi, during an observation programme organised by the Langkawi National Observatory (ONL). The phenomenon, which occurred following increased gravity during an eclipse, can be an exciting experience for those who have never witnessed it before. "It is an opportunity that does not always occur and a lot can be learned by young students," said ONL assistant science officer, Karzaman Ahmad. According to him, ONL provided four mobile observation equipment in addition to a large screen and projector to allow students and the public to watch the eclipse, which began at about 7.33am and ended two hours later. "An eclipse prayer was also held in addition to exhibition activities, quizzes and talks which received great response from students and teachers of the school," he said. – Bernama, March 9, 2016.]]>

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