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National Geographic encyclopedia of space

Author: Linda K. Glover

Publisher: Natl Geographic Society

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Category: Reference

Page: 400

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Answers to questions about space and space travel are provided in an accessible and fact-filled reference that encompasses explanations of all aspects of space, including planets, telescopes, the origins of the universe, and discoveries made by Nicolaus Copernicus, Edwin Hubble, and Stephen Hawking, among other distinguished scientists.

Space Encyclopedia

A Tour of Our Solar System and Beyond

Author: Christine Pulliam

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 191

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A tour of outer space explores the solar system as well as stars, galaxies, and the birth of planets, and speculates on whether other intelligent beings exist in the universe.

Planets, Stars, and Galaxies

A Visual Encyclopedia of Our Universe

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Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 191

View: 655

Illustrations, photographs, star charts, moon maps, and scientific diagrams are compiled in a reference tool that explores the new solar system, the birth and death of stars, black holes, and space engineering.

Science Encyclopedia

Atom Smashing, Food Chemistry, Animals, Space, and More!

Author: National Geographic Society (U. S.)

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: JUVENILE NONFICTION

Page: 304

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Offers an illustrated encyclopedia of general science, with informative and fun facts on a broad array of scientific topics.

Space Atlas

Mapping the Universe and Beyond

Author: James S. Trefil

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: Science

Page: 335

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An illustrated grand tour of the universe, beginning in our own solar system before moving on to the Milky Way galaxy and finally on to the building blocks of the universe, including dark matter and dark energy.

Backyard Guide to the Night Sky

Author: Howard Schneider

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: Nature

Page: 287

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An extensively illustrated reference for beginner-level stargazing enthusiasts covers basic principles without using complicated scientific language, providing star charts and tables that list key facts in an easy-to-understand format. Original.

Body

The Complete Human

Author: Patricia Daniels

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: Medical

Page: 416

View: 370

Presents an overview of the complex organs, and systems, found in the human body, providing information on health, ailments, and medical breakthroughs, glossaries, and cross-references.

National Geographic Almanac of World History

Author: Patricia S. Daniels

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: History

Page: 384

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An accessible reference provides authoritative maps, charts, and chronologies complemented by informative essays that cover all the major periods between the time of the Neanderthals and the nuclear age.

Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science

Author: Karen Kemp

Publisher: SAGE

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Category: Science

Page: 558

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The Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science covers the essence of this exciting, new, and expanding field in an easily understood but richly detailed style. In addition to contributions from some of the best recognized scholars in GIScience, this volume contains contributions from experts in GIS’ supporting disciplines who explore how their disciplinary perspectives are expanded within the context of GIScience—what changes when consideration of location is added, what complexities in analytical procedures are added when we consider objects in 2, 3 or even 4 dimensions, what can we gain by visualizing our analytical results on a map or 3D display?

The New Solar System

Ice Worlds, Moons, and Planets Redefined

Author: Patricia Daniels

Publisher: National Geographic Books

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Category: Science

Page: 223

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As NASA celebrates fifty years, this reader-friendly book with 160 full-color illustrations explores the new technologies and discoveries that are showing us an ever more detailed vision of the solar system, in a resource that also includes diagrams, maps, essays, sidebars, and fact boxes.

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