Space in 30 Seconds

30 Super-Stellar Subjects For Cosmic Kids Explained in Half a Minute

Publisher: Ivy Kids

Review

This succinct look at what really happens in space takes a rapid-fire approach, offering 30 key topics, each one explained in neat 30-second soundbites and supported by 3-second flash summaries and cartoon style artwork. 3-minute active missions will give cosmic kids the chance to test facts, go further and find out more.

Topics range from the Big Bang theory and ways in which scientists think the universe might end, to what we know about distant planets and galaxies. Mind-boggling ideas about worm holes, dark matter and aliens will test the limits of even the most creative imagination.

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