Kids Nf Astronomy
Hardcover ISBN: 1847808409
Invites children to imagine themselves on a shuttle in deep space alongside five fellow cadets in an introduction to our local solar system and beyond that illuminates the science behind stars, planets, meteors, comets, galaxies and the history of the universe.
Night Sky Watcher
Paperback ISBN: 1609929543
Get ready to explore the magical night sky. Find out everything there is to know about what you can spot in the sky, such as how explorers used constellations as a form of navigation. Also discover when is the best time to spot comets and why the Moon's appearance has changed over time. Night Sky Watcher includes everything from the Sun to the Moon, to the stars and planets. Symbols are used within the book to show what can be seen in the northern and southern hemispheres. This allows the reader to view exactly what they can see in the sky, regardless of their location. The book commes with the a zipper slipcase, this way readers can take it on all their adventures!
Paperback ISBN: 1628325305
Hello, Jupiter and Neptune. Hello, Mercury and Venus. Hello, ... fun! The popular Seedlings series now offers irresistible introductions to our solar system's eight planets. Written in a friendly voice, filled with dynamic photos, and featuring text crafted for the youngest of readers, these newest books spotlight the names, orbital processes, and defining features of the planets. Each book closes with a labeled-image guide for further review. As introductions to informational text, these titles will plant the seeds of knowledge! A kindergarten-level introduction to the planet Jupiter, covering its orbital process, its moons, and such defining features as its rings, Great Red Spot, and name.
Paperback ISBN: 0785835741
The stars have never seemed closer than they do with the Astronomy Pack. Suitable for use in the Northern Hemisphere, the pack contains four essential items to introduce the beginner to the fascinating hobby of astronomy: a 'glow-in-the-dark' planisphere, an 80-page paperback book about the stars and planets, a colorful moon map, and;newly updated;start chart. Glow-in-the-Dark Planisphere: This planisphere has been specially made so that, after being held under a bright light, the stars and the names and shapes of the constellations will glow in the dark for a period. It is both a fun and practical star finder for identifying the stars and constellations visible on any night of the year from the US and Southern Canada (42 degrees North); the star map is drawn by the well-known celestial cartographer Wil Tirion. A sheet explaining how to use the planisphere is included in the pack. Exploring Stars and Planets: A colorful and entertaining introduction to the exciting world of astronomy, this 80-page paperback is illustrated with more than 200 color photographs, artworks and maps, as the author Ian Ridpath describes the latest developments in the fast-moving fields of space exploration and astronomy. Concise chapters introduce the Sun, the Earth and all the other planets in our Solar System. Then, moving further into space, the author examines the stars and galaxies, and explores the origin of the Universe. Star Chart: This Star Chart shows the stars and constellations of the night sky in three superb maps: the northern and southern hemispheres, and the equatorial region. All stars visible with the naked eye are shown, with the brightest stars shown in their true colours. Fainter star clusters and nebulae are marked for observers using binoculars or small telescopes. Constellations, double stars and variable stars are also listed, and an informative accompanying text explains how to use the charts throughout the year, at any latitude. In a convenient folded format, Star Chart is suitable for use in both northern and southern latitudes. Moon Map: In a convenient folded format, the Moon Map is a superbly detailed, large-format map of the near (visible) side of the Moon. Specially drawn for by Dr John Murray, an expert on the lunar surface, the map is not only a highly accurate and clear representation of the Moon but is also a practical guide for lunar observers. More than 500 physical features - craters, seas, mountain ranges, peaks, valleys and rilles (elongated depressions) - are named and indexed, and the landing sites of unmanned and manned spacecraft are also marked. The observer can thus readily identify objects seen through binoculars or a telescope, or pick targets for a program of observation.;The accompanying text is a practical guide to Moonwatching, which explains how to use the map and highlights the most interesting lunar features. Close-up images of some of these objects show what the observer can expect to see. Also included are photographs of the Moon at each daily stage and a smaller map of the far side, as revealed by satellites. Guidelines on drawing or photographing the Moon are also included.
Find Your Way in Space
Hardcover ISBN: 1682970477
Choose your mode of transport and set off on an adventure that will take you all the way across space. Can you navigate huge roundabouts with space shuttles, or cross bridges guarded aliens? Negotiate pesky road obstructions by solving the math problems correctly. Pick up hidden objects, collect bonus points, and use your mapping skills to zoom backwards and forwards through the book.Incredibly busy and colorful artwork will delight young children, and once they reach their objective, readers can absorb themselves in all sorts of bonus math activities.
The Everything Kids' Astronomy Book
Blast into Outer Space With Steller Facts, Integalatic Trivia, and Out-of-this-world Puzzles
Paperback ISBN: 1598695444
Introduces trivia and information about the solar system, stars, and extraterrestrials and offers related games, puzzles, and activities.
Hardcover ISBN: 1523501138
Take a journey through the pages on your own rocket ship! In Rocket, the story of a spacecraft moving through the far reaches of space, the reader gets to pilot a three-dimensional plastic rocket that never leaves the book, moving on an internal track from front to back, up and over the pages. You’ll soar, sail, swoop, and explore, visiting some of the most intriguing sights in our solar system, then the Milky Way, and into far-off galaxies. With lively rhyming language and a feast of stars, planets, comets, moons, and other celestial bodies, it’s an interactive journey of imagination and science.
The Story of a Mars Rover
School & Library ISBN: 0763695041
Full of eye-catching retro illustrations, a look at NASA’s beloved Mars rover is sure to fascinate budding space explorers — and set inquisitive minds soaring. Maybe you remember when a little robotic spacecraft landed on a far-off planet. On August 6, 2012, the rover Curiosity touched down on the rocky surface of Mars — and now she’s ready to guide you through her journey firsthand. From idea to creation and beyond, this fact-filled, stylish book introduces readers to Curiosity and her mission: to discover more about the red planet and search for evidence of life. How did Curiosity get her name? What tools does she use to carry out her tasks? In her own voice, the popular NASA rover tells how and why she traveled more than 350,000,000 miles to explore a planet no human has ever visited . . . and what she’s been doing there. In his debut picture book, Markus Motum brings Curiosity’s story to life in vivid color: the deep blues of space set off the warm, rusted hues of Mars’s dusty red surface, marking this lovable rover and her mission as something special — truly a world apart.