How Do You Build a Model Solar System for a School Project?

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You need to think of creative ways to build a solar system and assemble the materials you need to come up with a creative model for your school project. Your system can consist of solar cell, connecting wires, a bulb and a rechargeable battery. You can also demonstrate how the solar energy is used to light the bulb.
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