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Anyone Ever Heard Of Infractometry?

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Posted by Chanel on March 30, 2006 00:41:22 UTC

I'm starting a science fair project that involves building an infractometer and multiple lenses to see which lens would be the best depending on how I built them. But is that a good approach to a project, or should I just stick with building a conventional telescope?

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