1. One saucer or trash can lid.
2. One roll of reflective tape or aluminum foil (reflective tape would work best)
3. One pair of scissors
4. One roll of duck tape
5. 2 pieces of wood so that it can act for a frame for the saucer, or cut off the bottom part of the satellite dish.
6. one hammer
7. one pack of nails
9. A black pan
10. water with some kind of bowl
Even though it may seem like a lot of materials we spent around 10 American dollars on all of this equipment, especially because you could use aluminum foil. Also, if you are worried that this will take you a long time to assemble, we assembled our project in 3-4 hours. If this seems like a long period of time, we assure you that you shall not be disappointed by the end results. The final dimensions of the project end up being height = 20 inches, width = 31 inches, length = 30 inches. The only materials that would be hard to find would be the reflective tape, but we reiterate that there is no shame in using aluminum foil. Substitute materials are of course the aluminum foil, and if you don't have a hammer you could always use a shoe. In order to not bore you with a ton of pictures we included to of the most essential materials