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Exploring the Night Sky by Terence Dickinson; John Bianchi (Illustrator)
Publication Date: 1987-02-01
Exploring the Night Sky is aimed at novice star gazers anxious to expand their astronomical repertoire beyond the Big and Little Dippers. Dickinson has designed a superb introduction to astronomy that is clear, concise, beautifully illustrated, and very "user friendly" no matter what the child's age
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El Espacio by Alan Dyer; Jenni Bruce (Editor); VARIOS AUTORES
Publication Date: 2006-07-01
Readers will blast off on an incredible journey into Space. No other book offers them so many paths to explore the universe. Kids can start out in their own cosmic neighborhood, zoom through outer space, and end in the far reaches of universe. They can read about real-life space heroes and prove why Earth spins.
Mysterious Universe by Nic Bishop (Photographer, Illustrator); Ellen Jackson
Publication Date: 2008-05-05
The universe is rapidly expanding. Of that much scientists are certain. But how fast? And with what implications regarding the fate of the universe?
Ellen Jackson and Nic Bishop follow Dr. Alex Fillippenko and his High-Z Supernova Search Team to Mauna Kea volcano in Hawaii, where they will study space phenomena and look for supernovae, dying stars that explode with the power of billions of hydrogen bombs. Dr. Fillippenko looks for black holes--areas in space with such a strong gravitational pull that no matter or energy can escape from them--with his robotic telescope. And they study the effects of dark energy, the mysterious force that scientists believe is pushing the universe apart, causing its constant and accelerating expansion.