Mercury and Venus.
"An introduction to Mercury and Venus for primary and intermediate grade students with information about their features and exploration. Includes charts and diagrams, a list of highlights for each chapter, fun facts, glossary, resource list, and index"--Provided by publisher. Full description
|Other Authors:||World Book, Inc.|
Chicago, IL : World Book, 2011
Explore the solar system.
|Contents:||Where is Mercury? -- How big is Mercury? -- What does Mercury look like? -- What is Mercury made of? -- What is Mercury's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Mercury? -- How does Mercury compare with Earth? -- How does mercury move around the sun? -- Why does Mercury have so many craters? -- How did Mercury get its name? -- Where is Mercury in Earth's sky? -- Which space missions have studied Mercury? -- Could there be life on Mercury? -- Where is Venus? -- How big is Venus? -- What does Venus look like? -- What is Venus made of? -- What is Venus's atmosphere made of? -- What is the weather like on Venus? -- How does Venus compare with Earth? -- How does Venus move around the sun? -- What is the surface of Venus like? -- Does Venus have continents? -- Does Venus have active volcanoes? -- How did Venus get its name? -- Where is Venus in Earth's sky? -- Which space missions have studied Venus? -- Could there be life on Venus?|
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