A Journey from Earth to the Stars, and Beyond
Answering questions such as whether humans could survive on Mars and how astronomers measure distance, this guide comprises fact-files, graphic illustrations, diagrams and photographs. Explorations of the solar system are followed by information on phenomena such as black holes, quasars and nebulae. Age 7+
The History of Science
From the control of fire and the smelting of metals to antibiotics and artificial intelligence, this history of technology identifies the most important scientific milestones in the development of civilization. Explaining theories including those of Newton and Einstein and describing pivotal discoveries such as penicillin, the book uses diagrams, illustrations, photographs and fact boxes to bring the material to life.
Ideal for helping with school projects, the Eyewitness series explores the natural world and human history. Topics include dinosaurs and oceans as well as periods and events from Ancient Egypt to the Second World War, with illustrations and concise text explaining hundreds of facts and figures. Age 9+