Can We Travel to the Stars?: Space Flight and Space Exploration
This series answers the questions of every budding astrologer and is filled with detailed scientific explanations and brilliant photos. It offers solid curriculum-based content on earth and space science. Each title serves as a practical guide for the aspiring astronomer, encouraging the reader to try things for themselves. The strong astronomy content is used as a path into curriculum material in each title.
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