Look at Moons

Look at Moons

by Ray Spangenburg, Kit Moser

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Children's Literature
Vivid photographs, graphs, charts, maps and computer-enhanced illustrations bring the moons of our solar system into view. Starting with earth's moon, it and the other planets and moons inside the asteroid belt are first presented to readers. Technological advances in space travel and communications have enabled scientists to visit all the far-away planets to study their moons. New knowledge obtained through these observations have kept both scientists and publishers busy in recent years as large amounts of data are analyzed and new explorations into space continue. The book is a great introductory to the topic of moons, however, serious researchers will want more in-depth information. Includes a glossary, timeline of discovery, bibliography, places to visit, Internet sites and index. Part of the "Out of This World" series. 2000, Franklin Watts, $32.00 and $14.95. Ages 10 up. Reviewer: Mary Sue Preissner

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6.54(w) x 9.14(h) x 0.51(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

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