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Space Exploration: Dot-To-Dot by Evan Kimble

Space Exploration: Dot-To-Dot

by Evan Kimble

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From blastoff to splashdown, from the first dog sent flying in a rocket to the first man to walk on the moon, explore the wild world of outer space! By "traveling" with your pencil from dot-to-dot, you can see the exciting ships, shuttles, and probes launched into the stratosphere--and learn how humans began to explore the planets. Count on getting a view of the earliest liquid-fuel rockets; of Sputnik, the first Earth satellite; of Saturn V, which went to the moon; of the Apollo launch pad and craft; of Skylab, Voyagers I and II, Galileo, Mir, and more. There's all the cool equipment, too, like the Hubble Space Telescope and the Mars Global Surveyor. And, for every one, there are tasty little "bites" of information to let you know all about the missions, men, and machines that brought us closer to the stars.

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