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[[File:Hexagon_Solar_Cooker,_Eldoret_student_projects,_detail,_11-29-12.jpg|thumb|300px|The [[Hexagon Solar Cooker]]]]
 
[[File:Hexagon_Solar_Cooker,_Eldoret_student_projects,_detail,_11-29-12.jpg|thumb|300px|The [[Hexagon Solar Cooker]]]]
 
The [[Hexagon Solar Cooker]] has been designed by the students in the solar cooking science projects program in Eldoret, [[Kenya]]. It is a [[solar panel cooker]] made from paper cardboard, aluminum foil and glue. The bottom portion of the cooker has six angles, with a two foot tall angled reflector at the rear. It is reported to be a powerful cooker, able to cook food in less than three hours with good sunshine. Each student earns the materials for their cooker by helping to build and test prototypes and keeping good records of their observations.
 
The [[Hexagon Solar Cooker]] has been designed by the students in the solar cooking science projects program in Eldoret, [[Kenya]]. It is a [[solar panel cooker]] made from paper cardboard, aluminum foil and glue. The bottom portion of the cooker has six angles, with a two foot tall angled reflector at the rear. It is reported to be a powerful cooker, able to cook food in less than three hours with good sunshine. Each student earns the materials for their cooker by helping to build and test prototypes and keeping good records of their observations.

Latest revision as of 18:52, October 17, 2013


Hexagon Solar Cooker, Eldoret student projects, detail, 11-29-12
The Hexagon Solar Cooker
Paul HedrickAdded by Paul Hedrick

The Hexagon Solar Cooker has been designed by the students in the solar cooking science projects program in Eldoret, Kenya. It is a solar panel cooker made from paper cardboard, aluminum foil and glue. The bottom portion of the cooker has six angles, with a two foot tall angled reflector at the rear. It is reported to be a powerful cooker, able to cook food in less than three hours with good sunshine. Each student earns the materials for their cooker by helping to build and test prototypes and keeping good records of their observations.

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