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Mars by Could there really be life on Mars? From massive volcanoes twice the size of Mount Everest to a grand canyon as big as America, become a Mars explorer and discover everything there is to know about the Red Planet.
Call Number: 523.43 MUR
Publication Date: 2004
Mars by Students unravel the mysteries of space in this easy-to-read series. A complex universe becomes amazingly clear through examining planets, moons, and other celestial bodice; how they are formed; and their physical and chemical compositions. Titles discuss the various means of space exploration, such as rockets, telescopes, probes, and space stations, as well as the sustainability of life on other planets.
Call Number: 523.43 VOG
Publication Date: 2000
Space! - Knowledge Encyclopedia Computer generated illustrations reveal the wonders of the universe, from the big bang and black holes to space travel. Journey deep into the explosive core of a red supergiant. Discover the incredible planets and moons that make up our Solar System. Look inside spacecraft, spacesuits, and space stations to see how they work.
Call Number: 520 KNO
Publication Date: 2015
The Fantastic Cutaway Book of Spacecraft by These striking large-format books feature multi-layered cross-sections and detailed illustrations that reveal hidden technology.
Call Number: 629.47 HAW
Publication Date: 1995
How to Make a Spaceship by The historic race that reawakened the promise of manned spaceflight A Finalist for the Wilson Literary Science Writing Award ; Alone in a Spartan black cockpit, test pilot Mike Melvill rocketed toward space. He had eighty seconds to exceed the speed of sound and begin the climb to a target no civilian pilot had ever reached. He might not make it back alive. If he did, he would make history as the world's first commercial astronaut. The spectacle defied reason, the result of a competition dreamed up by entrepreneur Peter Diamandis, whose vision for a new race to space required small teams to do what only the world's largest governments had done before. Peter Diamandis was the son of hardworking immigrants who wanted their science prodigy to make the family proud and become a doctor. But from the age of eight, when he watched Apollo 11 land on the Moon, his singular goal was to get to space.
Call Number: 629.45 GUT
Publication Date: 2016
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