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American Educational Solar Oven

American Educational SR-GS4702 Solar Oven

  • Gain first-hand experience with solar radiation using this solar oven
  • It has reflective surfaces that concentrate heat radiation in the central chamber
  • Temperatures up to 350 degrees
  • Teacher’s Guide gives suggestions for classroom experiments
  • For grades 3 to 12 and ages 8 to 18 years

Sun spot solar oven. Gain first-hand experience with solar radiation using this solar oven. Oven has reflective surfaces that concentrate heat radiation in the central chamber, resulting in temperatures up to 350 degrees. Teacher’s guide gives suggestions for classroom experiments. For grades 3 to 12 and ages 8 to 18 years.

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2 Comments/Reviews

  • Christy says:

    We all know that the Sun is the major source of energy providing the planet with warmth. Even the greenhouse effect, an increase of which global warming is blamed upon, uses the Suns energy to heat the planet. This is a question to the physicists. How much would the Sun’s output have to change in order to warm the planet 0.7 degrees if everything else remained static? 2nd question: How much would the Earth’s orbit have to shift in order to warm the planet the same temperature if everything else remained static? What is the difference between the estimated warmth provided by the Sun and the Earth’s orbit together for the last 2 centuries?

    We all know, or at least I hope we do, that more downward radiation originates from the greenhouse effect rather than solar output. At least that’s what I’ve understood from recent posts in this section. If everything else remained static, meaning the all the solar forcings and feedbacks remained static, how much would CO2 have to increase in the atmosphere to account for a 0.7 degree warming? And if you add in the feedbacks for water vapour and other positive feedbacks and negative feedbacks, forgetting about the orbit and solar output, how much would atmospheric concentration have to change to account for a 0.7 degree warming?
    Seebob: As I’m sure you’re aware of certain atmospheric particles block the sunlight before it strikes the surface of the Earth. This stops the radiation from being absorbed from the surface and stops that infrared radiation from being re-emitted to be captured by a greenhouse gas. This is a very realistic theory that some are behind to mitigate global warming, yet it has severe drawbacks, such as making people who breath it in unhealthy.

  • Malinda Shurtliff says:

    I have a project due and i have to make a space shuttle. I was wondering what protects the space shuttle from solar radiation,and on my model I put foil.

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