Space Exploration (Eyewitness Books, No. 71)

by Carole Stott

Hardcover, 2000



Local notes

629.4 Sto



DK Children (2000), Edition: 1st, 64 pages


Describes rockets, exploratory vehicles, and other technological aspects of space exploration, satellites, space stations, and the life and work of astronauts.


Original language


Physical description

64 p.; 8.78 inches


0789458586 / 9780789458582



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LibraryThing member kbuffum13
This informational book explains the various parts of space exploration. The concepts that are covered may be a little outdated but would give students who are interested in space a great place to start. The book offers the student many pictures that help explain the various information about
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space. It would be a great book for students to understand the excitement that comes along with the start of space exploration. The sections on the future and what lies ahead could lead into a student comparing what was expected to happen in space and what actually did.
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LibraryThing member Khegge15
This book was about the history of space exploration. It was a great resource as it featured lots of pictures with labels and captions. It has the text features of a textbook like contents, index, and glossary. The book also features a resources page where students can see other places to find more
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information on space exploration. I would use this as a resource on a study of space. This book could also be used for an history lesson as it delves into the space race and how countries and governments competed. It is for upper elementary ages.
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