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Raman Prinja

  • 4 stars across 33 books
Raman Prinja is Professor of Astrophysics at University College London. In addition to researching astronomy, he has written various science books for children.
6th September 2018


WINNER OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY'S YOUNG PEOPLE'S BOOK PRIZE 2019Welcome to the museum that is always open to explore... Step... MorePlanetarium

(12 reviews) Review
10th March 2022

Wonders of the Night Sky

Inviting all who dare to wonder - come navigate the spectacular treasures of the night sky with bestselling an... MoreWonders of the Night Sky

(9 reviews) Review
1st December 2012

The Universe Rocks: Spacecraft and the Journey into Space

Scientists have created space machines that can take you out of this world...From telescopes and space stations to rocke... MoreThe Universe Rocks: Spacecraft and the Journey into Space

(1 review) Review
27th June 2007

Comets, Asteroids, and Meteors

What are comets and where do they come from? Why do we need to study asteroids? What are meteor showers? Find the answer... MoreComets, Asteroids, and Meteors

(1 review) Review
29th May 2008

The Moon

Why does the Moon seem to change shape? What is the surface of the Moon like? Could you ever live on the Moon? Find the ... MoreThe Moon

(1 review) Review
7th February 2019

Planetarium (Junior Edition)

Welcome to Planetarium.This museum is open all hours. It will take you on an incredible journey through the Solar System... MorePlanetarium (Junior Edition)

(1 review) Review
4th August 2014

Night Sky Watcher

Get ready to explore the magical night sky. Find out everything there is to know about wha... MoreNight Sky Watcher

(0 reviews) Review
13th June 2010

The Universe Rocks: Galaxies and the Runaway Universe

The Universe is big - bigger than you can possiby imagine...Zoom off to galaxies far beyond your wildest dreams. Find ou... MoreThe Universe Rocks: Galaxies and the Runaway Universe

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20th March 2012

Amazing Space

This encyclopedia is designed to stir kids imagination and drive their desire to explore new things. Fascinating facts, ... MoreAmazing Space

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1st October 2015

To the Edge of the Universe

The 36-page book folds out to 9 connected double-page spreads, taking you from the Earth's surface to the edge of the ... MoreTo the Edge of the Universe

(0 reviews) Review
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