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Turn an ordinary space into a astronomical outer space theme for your little boys or big teen boys.
Decorate your boys room with cool space murals and bring some galactic fun into his outer space fantasy theme escape, filled with novelty decor, wall stick ups of stars, planets, paint astronauts walking on the moon, space ships ready for blast off, and the ultimate in fun ... a space shuttle theme bed floating in their solar system
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Astronaut for A Day
Whether they're flying a spaceship or dancing on stage, children will love trying out exciting new roles with this unique
series that will fuel the imaginations of children who love to pretend.
Me and My Place in Space
out-of-this world introduction to the universe for children.
The Magic School Bus Lost In The Solar System
The eacher saves the day. She manages to launch her rickety school bus into space and steers it around the solar
system, visiting the moon, the sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars before an asteroid knocks out one of the taillights.
When Miss Frizzle leaves the bus to investigate, she gets lost in space, and the students visit the outer planets
without her. They reconnect with her eventually, and the group ends up back in the classroom, making a chart and
a mobile based on their discoveries. A great series for late pre-schoolers and early elementary age kids.
First Man : The Life of Neil A. Armstrong
On July 20, 1969, a quiet, determined man from Wapakoneta, Ohio, stepped out of his fragile spacecraft and into history. Neil Armstrong--engineer, naval aviator, test pilot, astronaut and devoted family man--became the first man to walk on the moon.
Flying to the Moon : An Astronaut's Story
the author describes his feelings and experiences about being an astronaut, what it's like to fly in space, what he did,
what he saw and all the numerous sacrifices he and his family made so that he could be an astronaut. His experience of
being alone while orbiting the moon is exhilarating. Michael Collins was a NASA astronaut from 1963-1970. During that
time he flew on two missions: Gemini 10 and Apollo 11. The book opens with Collins describing the day of the first moon
landing and then he begins to reflect on all the events that led him to be on Apollo 11 that day. The first few chapters of
the book describe his earlier fascination with aircraft that ultimately led him to join the US Air Force. After an interesting
and exciting career in the Air Force, which included being a test pilot at Edwards Air Force Base, he is chosen to be an
astronaut in the third group selected. After years of training he eventually lift offs on his first flight in Gemini 10 with
John Young. After more training and a nearly career-ending neck operation, he flies on Apollo 11.
The Story of the Space Shuttle
In spite of the Challenger and Columbia disasters, the US Space Shuttle, which entered service in 1981, remains the
most successful spacecraft ever developed. Conceived and designed as a reusable spacecraft to provide cheap access
to low Earth orbit, and to supersede expendable launch vehicles, serving as the National Space Transportation System,
it now coexists with a new range of commercial rockets.
Big Silver Space Shuttle
For kids who just can't get enough of books about vehicles. Creatively interactive paper mechanics set this mini board book apart. A brightly colored and intricately detailed space shuttle prepares for liftoff, then shoots into space, leaving Earth's atmosphere and going into orbit. Along the way, it releases external fuel tanks and launches a weather satellite. Although the technical terminology and procedures may be well above a toddler's head, so to speak, most young readers won't mind, being all too absorbed in the complex flaps and tabs that make the rocket zoom.
Space Shuttle: The History of the National Space Transportation System : The First 100 Missions
This book is a valuable resource for anybody interested in the Space Shuttle Program. Great detail about the shuttle's design and development. Schematic diagrams abound, as do more than 1,000 photos of all aspects of the space shuttle system: construction, maintenance, transportation (piggyback on 747s), and launch pad infrastructure. This book is a must-have for the armchair astronaut.
How NASA Learned To Fly In Space - An Exciting Account Of The Gemini Missions
For generations human beings stared at the Moon, dreaming of one day visiting it. Finally, with the orbiting of Sputnik in 1957, space travel began to look as if it would be feasible. In a remarkable speech in 1961, John F. Kennedy, the President of the United States of America, set his nation the goal of landing a man on the Moon before the decade was out. But how was this to be achieved? The barely started Mercury missions were opening the door to manned space craft, the new program would have to pass through that door into the true realm of piloted space flight. It was decided to introduce an interim program between Mercury and Apollo, called Gemini, to develop the operational techniques necessary for spaceflight.
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..... Kids can climb aboard the Space Shuttle Cockpit Play Center and blast-off to imaginary worlds of adventure! ... makes a great unique accent for your little boys and teens room. Let your future astronaut dream of space travel in his space theme bedroom.
Remote Control Moon In My Room
True-to-life, detailed lunar moonscape. Bring the beauty of the moon right into your room with this authentic, remote control, model moon.
Space Shuttle Bunk Bed
space shuttle mural X0IR7RNZ
Wall stick ups
space shuttle mural pattern X5IRRRNZ