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The Science of Stargazing

Book - 2017
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Baker & Taylor
Provides trivia on the planets, the sun, and other celestial bodies, including the temperature on the surface of the sun, why Pluto is considered a dwarf planet, and when and where one can see the next total solar eclipse.

& Taylor

An introduction to some of the amazing science facts in the field of astronomy focuses on key objects, from the sun and moon to comets and stars, while explaining how the objects we see in the night sky compare to Earth. Simultaneous and eBook.

Simon and Schuster
Become an expert on the stars in the sky with this fact-tastic nonfiction Level 3 Ready-to-Read, part of a series about the science of fun stuff!

Did you know that comets are sometimes called “hairy stars?” Or that if you saw a sunset on the moon, the sun would look white because the moon doesn’t have an atmosphere? You’ll learn this and much more as you become an expert on the objects in the sky. Plus, this book contains a special section in the back all about the August 2017 total eclipse of the sun that will be visible throughout most of the United States.

Amaze your friends with all you’ve learned in this engaging, fact-filled Level 3 Ready-to-Read! There’s even a fun quiz so readers can test themselves to see what they’ve learned! Learning science has never been so much fun!

Publisher: New York :, Simon Spotlight,, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781481479189
Characteristics: 48 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Borgions, Mark - Illustrator
Alternative Title: Science of stargazing


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