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The Atlas of Space Exploration

by Tim Furniss

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0836825063, Library Binding)

Our entire perception of the cosmos has shifted, thanks to NASA's startling, crisp images of objects never before seen up close. Using these incredible photos and diagrams as a spaceship, young armchair astronauts can blast off and explore the Sun, Moon, and stars first-hand; check out our Mars missions; look into deep space, and see how the Universe began. They'll master some rocket science, meet the pioneers of space travel, and visit every planet in the galaxy.
Plus: charts for both hemispheres.

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Examines the history of human interest in and exploration of our solar system and the universe beyond.

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