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Infographic: How It Works: Our Universe

Jon Richards

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Infographic: How It Work, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 9 years, Prose: non-fiction, Space (Children's / Teenage)

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If you've ever wondered what keeps the universe going, you've come to the right place. Using fascinating infographics, discover the fundamental processes of space: how comets make tails, a star dies and galaxies are created.

There are endless facts to learn about space, but once you've absorbed them, do you really know how the universe works?

It expands and changes thanks to some incredible processes - and grasping them is the key to understanding it. It's time to discover how stars are born, how black holes are made and how the Sun shines. Pore over the step-by-step infographic art and fascinating facts to uncover the dazzling truth about the universe - then try out the mind-bending challenges on each page!

TOPICS:
Space is big!
How to look into space
How space rockets work
How to get into orbit
How to land on a planet
How planets are made
How comets make tails
How a star is born
How to make the sun shine
How a star dies
How to make a black hole
How to make a galaxy
How to make a universe

The INFOGRAPHIC HOW IT WORKS series is an exploration of the processes that make the world (and the universe) go round, from the activity in tectonic plates to the enzymes that break down food in our bodies. Each process is clearly explained using amazing infographics and essential facts - plus an experiment or challenge for readers to try, so they can keep the discovery going.

Perfect for readers aged 9 and up.

Other titles in the INFOGRAPHIC HOW IT WORKS series:
LIFE ON EARTH
MACHINE AND MOTORS
OUR PLANET
TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY
YOUR BODY

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