Jupiter and the asteroids.
"An introduction to Jupiter and asteroids for primary and intermediate grade students, with information about their features and exploration. Includes a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"-- Full description
|Other Authors:||World Book, Inc.|
Chicago : World Book, 2011
Explore the solar system.
|Contents:||Where is Jupiter? -- How big is Jupiter? -- What does Jupiter look like? -- What is Jupiter made of? -- How does Jupiter compare with Earth? -- What is Jupiter's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Jupiter? -- How fast do winds blow on Jupiter? -- How does Jupiter move around the sun? -- Does Jupiter have a surface? -- How many moons does Jupiter have? -- What are the "Galilean moons"? What are some of Jupiter's other moons? -- Does Jupiter have rings? -- How did Jupiter get its name? -- Which space missions have studied Jupiter? -- Could there be life on Jupiter or its moons? -- What are Jupiter's rocky neighbors? -- What is the main belt? -- Are all asteroids found in the main belt? -- What is Ceres? -- Where is Ceres? -- Who discovered Ceres? -- What is the connection between Jupiter and the main belt? -- What do asteroids look like? -- Which space missions have studied asteroids? -- What can we learn from asteroids? -- Are asteroids dangerous?|
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|Markesan||Children's Nonfiction||523.45 Jup||Available|
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