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112 Results
Mousetronaut —Kelly, Mark E.

A small, but plucky, mouse named Mike is sure that he can help the Space Shuttle astronauts, and ends up saving the whole mission.

NASA Space Shuttle : 40th anniversary

"Rare photography and stunning artworks illustrate the history of NASA's Space Shuttle program from 1981 to 2011, providing an unprecedented look at the missions, equipment, and astronauts"-- Provided by publisher.

To space & back —Ride, Sally.

Describes in text and photographs what it is like to be an astronaut on the space shuttle. Includes a glossary of terms.

Planet Earth is blue —Panteleakos, Nicole, author.

Autistic and nearly nonverbal, twelve-year-old Nova is happy in her new foster home and school, but eagerly anticipates the 1986 Challenger launch, for which her sister, Bridget, promised to return.

How to build space explorers with LEGO bricks —Frangioja, Francesco, 1971- author.

"Explore the LEGO galaxy by creating these exciting space adventure vehicles! The 208-page paperback instruction book includes full-color photos and easy step-by-step directions for each model. QR codes will direct you t...

On the shuttle : eight days in space —Bondar, Barbara, 1944-

This book is about one particular journey into orbit around Earth. It is about the Discovery mission that began on January 22, 1992.

The space shuttle —Langille, Jacqueline.

Describes the construction and operation of NASA's space shuttles, covering such topics as preparation for liftoff, living inspace, landing, and mission control.

The shuttle : exploring space —Baker, David, 1944-

What are humans doing to explore the "final frontier? The Exploring Space series delves into the technology we use to explore the universe and beyond. From the International Space Station to the Space Shuttle, human inge...

Launch day —Campbell, Peter A.

Describes preparation, launch, and return of the Atlantis space shuttle at Cape Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Floating in space —Branley, Franklyn M. (Franklyn Mansfield), 1915-2002.

Examines life aboard a space shuttle, describing how astronauts deal with weightlessness, how they eat and exercise, some of the work they do, and more.

Terrific transportation inventions —Waxman, Laura Hamilton.

"A fun "grab-bag" of off-the-wall factoids introduces readers to awesome inventions related to transportation and vehicles"-Provided by publisher.

Spaceships —Davis, Amanda.

Briefly discusses various spacecraft, including rockets, satellites, and space shuttles, and the jobs they perform.

Space shuttle —Richardson, Adele, 1966-

Examines the development and components of space shuttles and how they have been used to explore outer space.

Space shuttles —Vogt, Gregory.

Explains how space shuttles work and how astronauts live and work in them.

IMAX. Journey to space
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A sweeping overview of past space accomplishments, current activities and future plans. Using the most spectacular space footage; including unique views of Earth and operations in space; such as deploying and repairing t...

Space shuttles —Graham, Ian, 1953- author

Describes the history and uses of the space shuttle, how it works, and the details of a typical flight.

Living in space : [climb on board the international space station] —Trotman, Felicity.

A look into the International Space Station and other space stations past and present.

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