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How It Works Book of Space Second Revised Edition

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How It Works Book of Space Second Revised Edition

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This new revised edition of the How It Works Book of Space has been brought right up to date with the latest discoveries, the latest missions - including the infamous Curiosity landing on Mars - and some absolutely stunning space photography from the most advanced telescopes on the planet. Taking you from the heart of our solar system through to the edge of the Oort cloud, and then beyond into deep space itself, we show you solar storms and supernovas, meteor showers and black holes - even a sombrero shaped galaxy. Get ready for lift off.

In this bookazine...



Everything you want to know about the universe we live in

Solar System
- Journey through the home of mankind and learn about our sister planets.

Exploration
- Discover the latest space vehicles and be inspired by famous missions and probes.

Universe
- Explore the wonders of our universe, from the secrets of the big bang to the core of a black hole.

Astronomy
- Find out how telescopes see stars, how Hubble works, what a grammatical galaxy looks like and more.


Also inside...
Solar System
- Journey through the solar system
- Inside the Sun
- Exploring the Sun
- Mercury
- Venus
- Earth
- Mars
- Jupiter
- Saturn
- Uranus
- Neptune
- Pluto
- Deadly solar storms
- Our amazing Sun
- Solar eclipse
- Maxwell Montes
- Halley's Comet
- Kármán line
- Imaging Earth
- Day and night
- Geomagnetic reversal
- Coriolis effect
- The seasons
- Ocean tides
- Ice haloes
- Orbits
- Phases of the Moon
- The Moon illusion
- Exploring the Moon
- Birth of the Moon
- First Moon landing
- Solar tsunamis
- Moonlight
- Tidal locking
- Phobos
- Olympus Mons
- Martian mudslides
- Red planet
- Rings of Jupiter
- Jupiter aurora
- Io
- Europa
- Rings of Saturn
- Titan
- Enceladus volcanoes
- Rings of Uranus
- Spin of Uranus
- Solar wind
- Dwarf planets
- Weighing planets
- Planet temperatures
- Oort Cloud
- Planet killers
- Our dying Sun

Exploration
- Life on Mars
- Astronaut training
- Cleanrooms
- Space pens
- Apollo computers
- Vostok 1
- Vomit comets
- Luna 1
- Life in space
- Skylab
- International Space Station
- Dextre
- Docking with ISS
- Space vacations
- Rocket science
- Mega rockets
- Space shuttle
- Home to the space shuttle
- Shuttle orbiter
- Orion
- SpaceX Dragon
- Spacecraft re-entry
- European Space Agency
- Space travel
- Space probes
- Moon landings
- Apollo Lander
- Venera probes
- Viking programme
- Galileo probe
- Voyager probes
- Herschel crater
- Cassini-Huygens
- Hayabusa probe
- Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
- Telstar 1
- Ion engines
- IKAROS solar sail
- Satellites & space junk

Universe
- Space myths busted
-The big bang
- A star is born
- White dwarf
- Hottest planets
- Light years
- Planets
- Search for a new Earth
- Epsilon Eridani
- Brown dwarf
- Goldilocks zone
- Galaxy classification
- Nova
- Starburst galaxy
- The Milky Way
- Galaxy collisions
- Planets & moons
- Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
- Cosmic dust
- Supernovas
- Neutron stars
- Stellar quakes
- NBlue stars
- Hawking radiation
- Black holes
- Quasars
- Gravitational waves
- Event horizons
- Gravity
- Asteroid collisions
- Comet tails
- Jellyfish nebula
- Search for extraterrestrial life

Astronomy
- Telescopes
- Seeing stars
- Telescope classification
- Sombrero galaxy
- Hames Webb Space Telescope
- European Extremely Large Telescope
- ALMA telescope
- Measuring stars
- Star clusters
- Spectrography
- Solar Dynamics Observatory
- Cosmic exclamation
- Meteor showers
- Radio telescopes
- Adaptive optics
- Spitzer Space Telescope
- SOFIA telescope
- Hubble telescope
- Cat's Eye nebula
- Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

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