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More Science Will Emerge From Two Years of NASA Curiosity

As it turns out, the NASA space machine currently on the red planet Mars, called Curiosity, is not a complicated computer system like the ones we might find at a Best Buy down the street. In fact, the machine dates back to 2000 and has been used on several missions over the last twelve years. What we know for sure is that Curiosity is doing its job, giving scientists every bit of research they’ve been looking for. And Curiosity will be on Mars for another two years, collecting data and taking pictures for the future of space discovery.

Give your students a place to work this year that blends the height of a table with the convenience of a standard desk. Book compartment tables are built with the same quality techniques as the plain apron table. They are finished with a chemical resistant, earth friendly UV finish. These tables have either two or four book compartments (depending on size) installed in the apron. The book compartments measure 14-1.4″W x 12-3.4″D x 3-7.8″H, with a weight capacity of 500 lbs. On tables 72″W or over, we recommend ordering with leg braces.

These Legs braces and aprons are constructed of solid red oak and are smoothly machined and finished with acrylic finish. Aprons are constructed of solid oak and are 13/16″D x 4-1/2″H with heavy-duty 13 gauge steel corner braces. 2-1/4″ square oak legs with 5/16″ hanger bolts installed are attached to apron with nuts and washers supplied. All tables are equipped with non-skid adjustable glides for precies leveling and rubber leg boots. Standard height is 30″. Tops are screwed to the tops at the factory.

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