JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Science is not only reserved for the labs and done in stuff lab coasts. But it can be something fun you can do in your own kitchen with some simple equipment. Eddie Whisler from the Jacksonville Museum of Science and History stopped by First Coast News to share some simple experiences that you can do at home to demonstrate the heat, convection and the workings of our sun.
Both of these experiments demonstrate some of the basic dynamics not only of the sun but also meteorology, the atmosphere and how the world works around us. One of the many things taught at MOSH.
For more information on science experiments, you can do yourself and what is happening and the Jacksonville Museum of Science and history check out their website.
With Eddie Whisler from the Jacksonville Museum of Science and history. He’s got some science coming up in a few moments. pic.twitter.com/pbVfMM02Dw
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