Journey into space
An imaginary trip to every planet in the solar system, as well as to asteroids, comets, and another star, reveals to the reader all we know about space today. Illustrated with many actual photos taken in space.
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16th First stop THE MOON
19th A view of the planet VENUS
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Alpha Centauri appear asteroid asteroid belt astronomers Astronomers think atmosphere ball belt blue bright called Caloris Basin close clouds cluster Colony color comet Copernicus core craters crust dark darker deep diameter discovered disk distance dust Earth galaxy Galilean moons giant glowing going gravity heat helium HOTOL huge hydrogen ice caps impact crater Jupiter Jupiter's km/h l'll land layer light light-years lt looks lt's Mars Martian massive material Max says Mercury methane Milky million km million miles Moon nebula Neptune night sky nucleus numbers observation window Olympus Mons orbital ferry outer particles payload bay Phoenix planet Pluto poles probes Proxima Centauri radiation rings rock rotates satellite Saturn shepherd moons shuttle side solar system space station special filters spiral stars sulphur Sun's surface swirling synchronous rotation telescope temperature thin tiny tour liner Umbriel Uranus Uranus's valleys Venus volcanoes wide