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By Melvin Berger, Damon Hertig

ISBN-10: 0590203002

ISBN-13: 9780590203005

Practical illustrations supply younger house buffs a finished examine our sun method with a number of simple proof approximately every one planet.

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When this happens, Neptune becomes the it last planet. Pluto It is It is is beyond the giant gas planets. a small planet. even smaller than Mercury. And it is solid like Earth. has only one moon. But is a giant moon. The moon is about half as big as the Pluto m$ it planet! What Billioas beyond Pluto? and billions of stars. Each a is is giant, super-hot ball of out space. gas like our Sun. And each All is far, far in stars belong to giant The Sun is one groups called galaxies. of billions of stars in our galaxy.

It is covered by The clouds are blue-green in color. Neptune is far, far storm always blows on Neptune. People call it the Great Dark Spot. Red Spot on Jupiter. It is like the Great. The Great Dark Spot covers an area the size A huge of Earth! Neptune has eight moons. The largest is Triton. $>• /;- the coldest object in the solar system. Its surface temperature is about Triton is 400° below zero! I i Pluto It is is the farthest last planet in the solar system. from the Sun. Sometimes Pluto's orbit takes closer to the Sun than Neptune.

What Billioas beyond Pluto? and billions of stars. Each a is is giant, super-hot ball of out space. gas like our Sun. And each All is far, far in stars belong to giant The Sun is one groups called galaxies. of billions of stars in our galaxy. Our galaxy is one of billions of galaxies in space. The nine planets are a tiny part of this very big universe. PLUTO JUPITER jat is jillioas Each is NEPTUNE beyond Pluto and billions of sV • a our giant, super-he Sun. And each All is far, far out in stars belong to giant 'he Sun is one lied gala.

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