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My First Pocket Guide Stars & Planets By John O'Byrne National Geographic Society,

  • Title: My First Pocket Guide Stars & Planets
  • Author: John O'Byrne National Geographic Society
  • ISBN: 9780792265801
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gazing into the night sky, children investigate our solar system, the universe, and major constellations Star charts map the sky and help young astronomers navigate their way with the naked eye, binoculars, or telescopes From Pluto to Pegasus, each entry examines a different heavenly body and answers the questions how big and how far A special hand sky measuring systeGazing into the night sky, children investigate our solar system, the universe, and major constellations Star charts map the sky and help young astronomers navigate their way with the naked eye, binoculars, or telescopes From Pluto to Pegasus, each entry examines a different heavenly body and answers the questions how big and how far A special hand sky measuring system that s easy for kids to learn and use helps them understand scale and distance.
    My First Pocket Guide Stars Planets Gazing into the night sky children investigate our solar system the universe and major constellations Star charts map the sky and help young astronomers navigate their way with the naked eye binoc

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    1. As a child, I had an immense fascination with space I read every book in the school library on the subject and built up quite a collection of books myself I didn t want to be an astronaut, but my dream was to work at NASA, most likely as an astronomer This continued to be my dream until late in high school where, due to some personal circumstances, I thought I was not smart enough for NASA, that I would just fail at trying to achieve that goal I had for so long So, I said goodbye to NASA and mov [...]

    2. I found this book interesting because of the information about the different things in the book like the planets and the other things in the Universe I also really liked the boxes at the bottom of the pages where it said What You Will See because it told what you will see with your eyes, through a telescope and if you could get closer This information was interesting to read about so you didn t began to look for something you couldn t see without a telescope But with that said there were times I [...]

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