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Look around, and over

How does a periscope work? Build a mirrored tube that lets you see around corners and over walls, using milk cartons, pocket mirrors and other household items. Light always reflects away from a mirror at the same angle that
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How does a periscope work?Build a mirrored tube that lets you see around corners and over walls, using milk cartons, pocket mirrors and other household items. Light always reflects away from a mirror at the same angle that it hits the mirror.

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