4 edition of Let"s Find Out about Mars found in the catalog.
A simple discussion of the planet, covering its position in the solar system, the canal theory, and the findings of Mariner 4.
|Statement||by David C. Knight; pictures by Don Miller.|
|Contributions||Miller, Don, 1923- illus.|
|LC Classifications||QB641 .K56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||66005178|
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Get this from a library. Let's find out about Mars. [David C Knight; Don Miller] -- A simple discussion of the planet, covering its position in the solar system, the canal theory, and the findings of Mariner 4. A simple discussion of the planet, covering its position in the solar system, the canal theory, and the findings of Mariner 4.
Let's Find Out About Mars. New York: Franklin Watts Inc. (55 p.) 22 cm. This book illustrated one of the many plans in the s for placing people on Mars. It was stimulated by the Mariner 4 mission to : John Sisson.
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Appropriate for ages Mission to Mars (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2). Franklyn M. Branley. HarperTrophy. ISBN Title: Let's find out about Mars: Authors: Knight, David C.; Miller, Don Publication: New York, F. Watts  Publication Date: 00/ Origin: LOC: Keywords: MARS.
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Editorial Calendar. State and National Standards. Funding Guide. Last Day on Mars is a science fiction book about humans inwhen the sun mysteriously begins the process of turning into a supernova billion years early, humans are forced to move to Mars until they can make a year trip to Aaru-5, their new permanent home/5.
Mars One was a YA version of The Right Stuff meets Apollo 13 meets The Martian and I adored it. We have colonists who have been training to be astronauts (and colonists on Mars!) for years and years, and then we have the reality shows who are filming every minute of it/5.
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Like a lovechild of Gravity and The Martian, it's a rousing space opera for any age, meticulously researched and relentlessly paced, that balances action, science, humor, and most importantly, two compelling main characters in Liam and Phoebe.A fantastic start to an epic new series.” —Soman. Adventure to Mars.
Your Mission: You and your crew are about to blast off to Mars. Your spaceship already contains the things you need to stay alive such as air, food, water, and heaters.
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Mars is the 4th planet from Sun, and the place that holds our imagination because of the possibility that there might be life there. There are some similarities to Earth, like its day length. Let's find out. When the elevator begins to collapse, he and the rest are riding it down.
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