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Usborne First Encyclopedia of Space

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Usborne First Encyclopedia of Space

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The Usborne First Encyclopedia of Space by Paul Dowswell
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Description

The fascinating world of space is vividly presented to young children here in a combination of remarkable images and simple everyday language.

Table of Contents

Amazing space; the moving sky; telescopes; radio telescopes; trips into space; astronaut training; a walk in space; living in space; dangers and disasters; satellites and space probes; into the future; is anyone out there?; what's in our solar system?; the Moon; the Sun; Mercury and Venus; Mars; Jupiter and Saturn; Uranus and Neptune; Pluto and beyond; bits and pieces; the universe; distant suns; a star's life; galaxies; weird and wonderful; looking at the night sky; binoculars and telescopes; space words.
Release date NZ
May 25th, 2001
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
colour illustrations, photos, index
Imprint
Usborne Publishing Ltd
Interest Age
From 4 To 99
Pages
64
Dimensions
227x283x12
ISBN-13
9780746041864
Product ID
1656803

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