Stars and Planets Atlas by Ian Ridpath


Stars and Planets Atlas by Ian Ridpath

Creates a world of discovery and fun for young readers. This illustratec resource investigates and range of space-related phenomena, including stars and constellations; star families and galazies; comets, asteroids, meteors, and other space debris; supernovae, quasars, and neutron stars; and black holes.

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96 pages


Ian Ridpath
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Publication date

15th February 2005



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