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Can I Believe My Eyes?: Telescopes
Research Project for Mr. Shinn's 6th Grade Science Class
Explores the methods scientists use to explore space, including telescopes, space stations, and probes.
Atlas of the Universe
Call Number: 520 MOO
Reviews the history of astronomy and space exploration, features images and information on the sun, stars, and planets based on data collected by ground-based telescopes, the Hubble Space Telescope, and robotic explorers, and includes over twenty star maps, as well as tips on observing the universe.
The Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope is a NASA spacecraft. It is in space studying the most powerful sources of radiation in the universe. Radiation is energy that is in the form of light or of moving particles that are smaller than atoms.