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Weird But True Space Facts

by Carmen Bredeson

Moon lava?! Planets with no ground to stand on?! Can it really be true? Find out as you read and learn about the weird and wonderful world of space!


Great Ancient EGYPT Projects: You Can Build Yourself

by Carmella Van Vleet

From reed boats, papyrus, and amulets, to pyramids, pharaohs, and mummies, Great Ancient Egypt Projects You Can Build Yourself explores the fascinating lives of ancient Egyptians through more than

25 hands-on...


Walking on the Moon: The Amazing APOLLO 11 Mission

by Carl R. Green

On July 20, 1969, the world watched on televisions or listened on radios as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took the first-ever steps on the Moon. Once considered an impossible dream, the United States created...


Space Shuttle Disaster: The Tragic Mission of the CHALLENGER

by Henry M. Holden

On the frigid morning of January 28, 1986, the space shuttle CHALLENGER rumbled off the launchpad at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Brilliant orange flames and clouds of smoke billowed out of the external fuel tank,...


Spacewalk: The Astounding GEMINI 4 Mission

by Carl R. Green

GEMINI 4 pilot Ed White could see Hawaii, California, Texas, and Florida. Millions of Americans had seen these places before, but White had a unique view. He looked at them while walking in space! One hundred...


Danger in Space: Surviving the APOLLO 13 Disaster

by Henry M. Holden

Soaring through space at 25,000 per hour, APOLLO 13 was on course for the Moon. Suddenly, the three astronauts aboard the spacecraft heard a loud bang. A strong vibration rumbled through the crew cabin. There...


Eye on the Universe: The Incredible Hubble Space Telescope

by Michael D. Cole

Would you like to see a colossal storm on the planet Saturn? Or would you rather see the black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy? Is it possible to see a planet in another galaxy 13 billion light years...


The Coolest Job in the Universe: Working Aboard the International Space Station

by Henry M. Holden

Traveling more than 17,000 miles per hour in constant orbit around Earth, astronauts live and work aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Despite the hostile environment of space, the ISS has suitable...


EXPLORE FLIGHT!: WITH 25 GREAT PROJECTS

by Anita Yasuda & Bryan Stone

Who invented the airplane? When were airplanes invented? And why do planes have wings if the wings don’t flap? Kids can answer these questions and more by jumping into the cockpit and soaring into Explore...


Far-Out Guide to Earth

by Mary Kay Carson

Earth is the only planet in our solar system that is suitable for life. It has liquid water, oxygen, and enough gravity to hold its own atmosphere. But did you know that Earth is always changing? Scientists...


Far-Out Guide to Venus

by Mary Kay Carson

At a scorching 462°C, Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system-and poisonous clouds of gas surround it. Spacecraft from Earth have visited Venus. Learn about the amazing missions and the scientists who...


Far-Out Guide to Uranus

by Mary Kay Carson

How do scientists know anything about Uranus? Spacecraft from Earth have visited Uranus. Featuring a center spread with fast facts, this book highlights the missions, the men and women who plan them, and more...


Far-Out Guide to the Sun

by Mary Kay Carson

Everything in our solar system orbits the Sun. It is the center of our solar system, and affects everything in it. Robotic explorers have taught us a lot about the star at the center of our solar system. Learn...


Far-Out Guide to the Icy Dwarf Planets

by Mary Kay Carson

Our solar system used to have nine planets. But recently, scientists ruled that Pluto was actually a "dwarf planet." So what exactly is a dwarf planet, how many of them are there, and how do scientists study...


Far-Out Guide to Neptune

by Mary Kay Carson

All the facts you need, and lots more, are included in this up-to-date book. Learn about the amazing missions to Neptune, the dedicated scientists who plan them, and more far-out facts about the eighth planet...


Far-Out Guide to Mercury

by Mary Kay Carson

Cratered Mercury is the smallest and fastest planet in the solar system. Temperatures there vary more than on any other planet. Learn lots of far-out facts about the closest planet to the Sun. This book features...


Far-Out Guide to Mars

by Mary Kay Carson

Earth's neighbor Mars likely once had an environment that could have supported life. Now it has underground frozen water in many places. Spacecraft from Earth have visited Mars and taught us a lot about this...


Far-Out Guide to Saturn

by Mary Kay Carson

Saturn-the jewel of the solar system-has seven mysterious and beautiful rings. These rings, made of ice, dust, and rock, range in size from a snow crystals to a house. Learn about the amazing spacecraft missions...


Far-Out Guide to Asteroids and Comets

by Mary Kay Carson

Have you ever seen a comet or a shooting star? You may think they look pretty, but these giant space rocks can cause major destruction. Scientists keep a close watch on comets and asteroids using high-powered...


Far-Out Guide to Jupiter

by Mary Kay Carson

Jupiter is bigger than any other planet in our solar system. It has rings and centuries-old storms. It has more than sixty moons, too-some with underground oceans! Featuring a center spread with fast facts,...