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We sent email to students in Professor Richard Zimmer's Mars Society course at Sonoma State University, Fall 2003. One of the students had been assigned the task of measuring the heights of tall objects on the SSU campus. We suggested ways to measure the height of the tall object: 45-45-90 Degree Triangle Method The clinometer method The Defy Gravity, or Fly-on-the-Wall Method The Defy, then Use Gravity Method The What Goes Up Must Come Down Method The Hot-Air or Helium Balloon Method The Kite Method The Statistical Survey Method
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