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Luna

The Stories and Science of Our Moon

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Hardback

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Luna by National Geographic Kids
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Description

Explore the moon from all angles, from its place in the night sky and our solar system to its role in shaping human history and culture. Through gorgeous illustrations and photography, see the moon like you've never seen it before. Read myths of the moon's creation from around the world. Discover the science of how the moon actually formed. Learn all about the moon's effects on Earth's tides and imagine what the world would be like without them. Take a look at moon-men hoaxes from history and find out how scientists may actually colonize Earth's closest neighbor. Weaving together science and myth, history and technology, Luna is perfect for anyone who's ever imagined walking on the moon, wondered about the night sky, or been captivated by a thrilling werewolf story.

Author Biography

DAVID AGUILAR is a naturalist, astronomer, artist, and author of eleven books on space for children. He is the former Director of Science Information for the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and past director of Marketing for Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation. As a member of NASA's New Horizons Spacecraft team, he handled the media coverage of the Pluto flyby. He lives with his wife Astrid outside Aspen, Colorado, where he's built his own research observatory. Asteroid 1990 DA was named in his honor by the International Astronomical Union. Read more about the author at davidaguilar.org.
Release date Australia
June 13th, 2019
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
National Geographic Kids
Interest Age
From 7 to 10 years
Pages
64
ISBN-13
9781426333224
Product ID
28254759

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