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Astrolabe Laboratory Instructions Introduction: Watch the first video in the laboratory information on Blackboard. (The TedEd video) This is an introduction into what an Astrolabe is. Build your Astrolabe: Don t worry this is easier than you would think. Download and print the astrolabe PDF file. Be sure to print each part on the appropriate medium. You may have to find a Kinkos, or an Office Depot, etc. to get the transparency for the Astrolabe. This shouldn't cost more than a couple of dollars to make. Also be sure not to scale the printing in anyway. It is all set to work together in its current scale. Do not print the back and front pages on the same sheet. They do not line up. You must print them on separate sheets and cut them out and glue them together. This little craft should take about 10-15 minutes once you print the pages.
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