Take-Along Guide: Planets Moons And Stars

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Take our latest Take-Along Guide outside at night! Planets, Moons and Stars provides an introduction to the bodies in our solar system. Young astronomers and explorers will learn to identify our nine planets and how to seek out the shapes in the sky that our ancestors saw thousands of years ago. This book includes information on which planets and constellations you can see with the naked eye or with binoculars, and which ones require telescopes. Statistics, illustrations, and interesting facts are included in each section. What are shooting stars? How has the night sky changed over time? Which planet has the most moons? How did Orion get its name? How old is our sun? Planets, Moons and Stars provides a fascinating mix of science, history, and legend. This is a perfect first book for a child interested in astronomy, or for a family evening field trip "to the stars."
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