eBook Exploring Saturn download
by Dan Bortolotti
Author: Dan Bortolotti
Publisher: Demco Media (August 30, 2004)
ePub: 1493 kb
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature and How It Works
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by. Bortolotti, Dan. Publication date. Exploring Saturn tells the remarkable story of discovering Saturn and its moons. Ancient astronomers estimated with surprising accuracy the distance, weight, and composition of Saturn using little more than observation and elementary physics. The book includes the latest findings from NASA as well as stunning color images from the Hubble Space Telescope, Voyager and Pioneer probes.
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Exploring Saturn is a lively, informative way for students to fully appreciate and understand the Cassini orbiter's historic rendezvous with the ringed planet in 2004.
BORTOLOTTI, Dan 1969- Personal Born July 27, 1969, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Science in Society Book Award shortlist, both 2003, both for Exploring Saturn and Panda Rescue. Education: University of Waterloo, . English; with honors), 1992. Source for information on Bortolotti, Dan 1969-: Something About the Author dictionary. Exploring Saturn, Firefly Books (Buffalo, NY), 2003. Panda Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife, Firefly Books (Buffalo, NY), 2003. Tiger Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife, Firefly Books (Buffalo, NY), 2003.
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Exploring Saturn- Dan Bortolotti. Published by Firefly Books, 2003. The book includes resources for more information as well as charts of the ring system and Saturn's satellites. Saturn may be a cold, faraway ball of gas, but its beauty has made it a unique part of our world. This book's color photos, diagrams, and illustrations convey the beauty of the sixth planet from the sun, while the text explores many fascinating facets of the ringed planet. Learn about Saturn's composition, rings, and moons; and find out how scientists measure planetary distances.
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Exploring Saturn, Dan Bortolotti. Main Author: Bortolotti, Dan. Format: Book. Published: Toronto : Firefly Books, 2003. Subjects: Saturne (Planète) Exploration Ouvrages pour la jeunesse.
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