Hey there guys! I haven't been on this forum a while, been busy with school work and assessments, but still catching up on astronomical developments and physical advancements (Higgs Boson around the corner soon?!) Anyways, as the title suggests, I'm definitely entering a local science fair competition which could lead on to various International/Regional Science programmes that I can participate and develop my interest in astronomy/physics. Me and my science teacher thought of a few ideas, such as looking at the reaction between UV light and a type of plastic that protects the house from intensive UV exposure (from what I know), or determining the rotation period of the Sun at different latitudes using sunspots, or looking at variable stars, looking at their period and working out distance/absolute magnitude from there. These are just some brainstorm ideas that we came up. Ideally, I'll be in touch with my local astronomical society (shout out to Auckland Astronomical Society!) and I'll see if I can work on something with them. It's not definite at the moment, just trying to come up with some ideas that can work and at a reasonable complexity level that I can manage, yet learn something new/different from it. I'm just wondering what possible ideas there are that are manageable. I think i'm pretty excited to start on this project. It seems pretty fun and the exposure provided will be quite thrilling! Thanks !