Black Holes and Other Space Oddities
A great non-fiction alternative to middle grade readers -- perfect for school projects or reading for fun. Full-color, fun, and crammed with cool facts, DK's Secret Worlds take a fresh look at familiar subjects with brilliant results! Kids ages 9 and up can delve into a wide range of subjects from nature, history, and science for researching school projects, satisfying a curious appetite, or just for the love of reading. Tried-and-tested Web sites and a Mega-reference section are just two of the innovative features that will keep kids and parents coming back for more.
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BLACK HOLES INDEX
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accretion disc Alex Barnett aliens asteroid belt astronauts Astronomers atmosphere ball BEND SPACE Big Bang Big Crunch bigger black hole blue born bright burning called clear night clouds of gas color comet core craters dark dead star disc distant Earth energy event horizon formed fuzzy galaxies gas and dust giant star glow heated helium hotter hottest huge hydrogen IMAGE Jupiter JUPITER'S largest liquid water look lots Magellanic Cloud Mars massive Mercury meteorite miles Milky million Moon MOON'S moving Neptune Neptune's night sky nuclear reactions once particles PHOTO planet orbiting Pluto radiation radio telescope radio waves RED GIANT rings rock and ice Rocky Planets satellites Saturn Scientists think shine SHOWS smaller SOLAR ECLIPSE Solar System Space Rocks SPACE TELESCOPE spacecraft spiral arms spots squeeze star clusters star explodes star stuff star-gazing swirling tail takes there's tiny Universe Uranus Venus Weird World X-rays