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There are 8 titles in this set.
Introduce readers to the planets in our solar system. From early human observations of lights in the sky, to past and future research missions, they’ll uncover many secrets about our celestial neighborhood. Comparisons to Earth, fact boxes, maps, and captions all combine to aid understanding. These books support Next Generation Science Standards.
We spend our whole lives on Earth, but the planet still has secrets! From ancient cultures who wondered about our place in the universe, to modern scientists ...
Jupiter is the biggest planet in the solar system, but it still has secrets! The discovery of its moons changed how scientists viewed the whole solar system.
Mars is our next-door neighbor in the solar system, but it still has secrets! From ancient cultures that watched the skies, to modern scientists who send ...
Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system, but it still has secrets! From ancient cultures that watched the skies, to modern scientists who send ...
We know that Neptune takes 165 years to go around the Sun, but it still has secrets! It is so far away that humans have only sent one spacecraft to visit our ...
Saturn’s stunning rings make it the easiest planet to recognize, but it still has secrets! From ancient cultures that watched the skies, to modern scientists ...
We know that the distant planet Uranus spins sideways, but it still has secrets! Discovered less than 300 years ago, and so far away that only one spacecraft ...
Venus is the easiest planet to see from Earth, but it still has secrets. From ancient cultures that watched the skies, to modern scientists who send machines ...
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