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Ace Your Space Science Project

Great Science Fair Ideas

Series: Ace Your Science Project

By Robert Gardner and Madeline Goodstein

Why doesn't the Moon fall to Earth? Why do the seasons change? What is parallax? How can you simulate weightlessness on Earth? Young scientists will explore the solar system through applied space science answering questions about space. The far-out space experiments in this book will help students make a model of a lunar eclipse, build a spectroscope, and more! Many experiments include ideas students can use for science fair projects.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-3230-9$35.93$26.95

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". . . this is a good bet for replacing older books of science projects related to astronomy."

Booklist, October 1, 2009

"The projects require only simple everyday items and yet can result in excellent learning experiences for both those completing the projects and those who are able to observe them. Each project is thoroughly explained with excellent pictures and diagrams . . . This is a worthwhile addition for all public and school libraries."

Science Books & Films, September 2010

"These three series offer a wealth of information and differ only in the topics they include . . . Worthwhile purchases."

School Library Journal, Fall 2009

". . . this book will appeal to those fascinated by the sky. It offers ways of approaching celestial studies for students who do not have telescopes or access to satellite data."

Children's Literature

"The material is very clearly explained . . . The authors offer a succinct description of scientific method and how to use it correctly to support the research . . . This series is highly recommended and should be required reading for anyone interested in doing scientific experimentation . . ."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, January 2010

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