5 edition of All about the planets. found in the catalog.
Discusses early theories about the solar system, the individual planets, the moon, the asteroids between Mars and Jupiter, and theories on the origin of the planets.
|Statement||Foreword by Harlow Shapley. Illus. by Arthur Renshaw.|
|Series||Allabout books |
|Contributions||Renshaw, Arthur, illus.|
|LC Classifications||QB601 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||60009421|
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article last updated J Explore All the Planets. Eyes on the Solar System lets you explore the planets, their moons, asteroids, comets and the spacecraft exploring them from to Ride with the Curiosity Rover as it lands on Mars or fly by Pluto with the New Horizons spacecraft all from the comfort of your home computer.