3 edition of Exploring the Moon found in the catalog.
Exploring the Moon
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Human Resources and Education, Education Division, Office of Space Science, Solar System Exploration Division in Washington, DC
Written in English
Shipping list no.: 94-0334-P
|Series||EP -- 306, NASA EP -- 306|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Education Division., United States. Office of Space Science. Solar System Exploration Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
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The First Men in the Moon by H.G. Wells First published in book form in , H.G. Wells' The First Men in the Moon tells the story of a scientist and a . These picture books about the moon are some of my favorites for children. This book list contains both fiction and nonfiction and is a perfect addition to any lesson on astronomy for kids! Follow our Book Lists and Book Sets Pinterest board! * This post was originally published on February 9, and has since been updated.
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He describes the bold Cold Exploring the Moon book missions of Russia and the United States as they raced one another to the Moon and looks at the resulting science that has helped to expand our knowledge of the Moon and its make-up/5(5).
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If so, Exploring the Moon is the book for you. This unique insight into the three Apollo missions (15, 16 and 17) answers all these questions and much more/5. "David Harland’s book is an honourable addition to the ranks. Exploring the Moon – The Apollo Expeditions is packed with photos, and features a historically detailed text backed by a thorough index.
These materials have been designed for use in upper elementary through high schools. This book contains: • information on the Lunar Sample Disk, • Activity Matrices -- Skills & Standards, • A Teacher’s Guide, • Moon ABCs Fact Sheet, • Rock ABCs Fact Sheet, • Progress in Lunar Science Chart, • 17 activities, • Resource Section for each unit, • Glossary, • NASA Educational.
The book is filled with whole-page images of the moon, that, even if they look dated, are very detailed and provides a closer view of what you should see at the eyepiece.
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Jeffrey Taylor, PhD Teacher’s Guide W HEN ASTRONAUTS dug into the Moon’s surface during the Apollo program, they were doing more than digging up dry, dark sediment. They were time travelers.
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" this is an interesting account of one of the most extraordinary decades in history a very different book. Exploring the Moon. [Richard Alexander] -- Without our moon, Earth would be a very different place. Readers discover fun facts about our closest neighbor, including the way it controls the ocean tides and how long it took astronauts to get.
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Only four months after the first human on the moon, Apollo 12 launched. The goal was to further explore the moon’s surface, but one of the mission’s main successes was achieving a much more precise landing on.
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Moon Books invites you to begin or to deepen your own encounter, right here, right now. View author information.The ancient Greek philosopher Anaxagoras (d. BC) reasoned that the Sun and Moon were both giant spherical rocks, and that the latter reflected the light of the former.
His non-religious view of the heavens was one cause for his imprisonment and eventual exile. In his little book On the Face in the Moon's Orb, Plutarch suggested that the Moon had deep recesses in which the light of the Sun.