Megan's solar energy

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Megan's solar energy

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The sun is very powerful on Earth . It's very powerful because it's our nearest star

Solar energy does not cause any pollution to the Earth at all.

The sun is a renewable resource because it never runs out of light. Without it no living thing would be on Earth.

The sun is a very powerful source of energy.You can even use it to cook food!It helps plants to grow and make food. The sun has been around before humans even exsisted.

Bibliography for factshttp://www.energyquest.ca.gov/story/index.htmlhttp://38.96.246.204/kids/http://edtech.kennesaw.edu/web/heatener.htmlScience Textbook Scott Foresman 2006

Solar Energy

I chose to do solar energy because it was very fun to research and no one would be living without it.

We use the sun's energy for many things such as heated water, solar panels, heated fluids, and solar powered cars


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