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How Do Scientists Explore Space? by Robert Snedden


How Do Scientists Explore Space? by Robert Snedden

How do we know Earth isn't flat? What are the benefits of space exploration, and is it good value? How and why do scientists study the Universe? This series answers questions like these, while tackling key curriculum topics relating to Earth, Space, and the Universe. The series encourages critical thinking to support the modern science curriculum and includes features on space science in the home and what it means for us , showing the relevance of space science to our everyday lives.

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Publication date

13th June 2012


Robert Snedden

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Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd


48 pages


Educational: Sciences, general science
Space (Children's / Teenage)



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