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Space encyclopedia : a tour of our solar system and beyond —Aguilar, David A.

A tour of outer space explores the solar system as well as stars, galaxies, and the birth of planets, and speculates on whether other intelligent beings exist in the universe.

I wonder why stars twinkle and other questions about space —Stott, Carole.

Answers questions about space such as, "Are stars star-shaped," "Which is the coldest planet," and "What is a black hole."


"Computer-generated illustrations reveal the wonders of the universe, from the big bang and black holes to space travel."-- Source other than Library of Congress.

STEM quest science : astonishing atoms and matter mayhem —Stuart, Colin (Science writer)

Presents thirty home experiments designed to explore the principles of matter, including designing a model atom with marshmallows, building a volcano, and extracting DNA from a banana.

Pluto and beyond

When the New Horizons spacecraft whizzed by Pluto in 2015, Earthlings were dazzled by the breathtaking images it beamed home. They revealed a never-before-seen alien landscape - a world of mountains made of ice mixed wit...

Astronomy —Green, Dan, 1975 June 20-

Introduction to the types and behaviour of cosmic bodies and celestial phenomenon.

National Geographic Angry Birds Star Wars : the science behind the saga —Briggs, Amy, author.

"A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... it was a time of excitement. Angry Birds, Star Wars, and National Geographic united to take their fans on a galactic mission to uncover the true stories, inventions, and unb...

All about space —Becklake, Sue.

Introduces space by explaining such terms as the universe, solar system, planets, meteors, space stations, and satellites.

Discover Jupiter —Goldstein, Margaret J., author.

"From its history to its future, learn all about Jupiter, what it looks like, and how scientists study this huge planet."-- Provided by publisher.

How William Shatner changed the world

Can a TV show really change the way we interact with our world? From communicator-style flip phones to virtual reality and more, see how much the show Star Trek has influenced our everyday life.

Chrononauts. Volume 1 —Millar, Mark.
Graphic Novel
Availability: 3 of 3

Corbin Quinn and Danny Reilly are two red-blooded American guys who also happen to be scientific geniuses. With the whole world watching, they embark on the world's first time-travel experiment. But when their planned ro...

The physics of Star trek —Krauss, Lawrence M., 1954- author.

Uses the Star Trek future as a launching pad to discuss the forefront of modern physics today, from Newton to Hawking, from Einstein to Feynman, from Kirk to Picard, Krauss leads you on a voyage to the world of physics a...

The Kingfisher space encyclopedia —Goldsmith, Mike, 1962-

Presents an introductory look at space, including information on the solar system, the history of space exploration, and space in the future.

My first 100 space words —Ferrie, Chris, author.

"From the #1 bestselling science author for kids comes a simple and colorful introduction to the first 100 space words every baby should know. Each spread in this space primer focuses on 8 to 12 out-of-this-world words--...

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