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Atlas of the Universe
The Most Comprehensive Atlas in the Galaxy

by Mark Garlick

      With over 800 illustrations, Atlas of the Universe offers a dazzling visual guide to our universe. The full page color images of planets, constellations and galaxies will pique the young astronomer's curiosity and make him or her wish to delve even further into the subject.

With more than 75 maps detailing topographical features of the planets and moons, constellation charts for watching the night sky in every season, and cutaway views that show how the planets look inside, this is a valuable resource that will be consulted over and over again.

You'll also find time lines and diagrams that trace the paths of space missions, satellites and space probes, plus some incredible facts and extreme statistics about the cosmos.

Everyone in the family will enjoy paging through this remarkable book!

The Book

Simon & Schuster
July 2008
Children's Non-fiction / Ages 9-14
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The Reviewer

Bob Walch
Reviewed 2008
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