Everything young explorers needs to know to travel in space, covering what life in zero gravity is like, how to find your way around the solar system, and the all-important question of how to pee in a spacesuit!
Unique illustrations take kids to the heart of the action and amazing photos show what the universe is really like.
Incredible stories of real-life space exploration for kids aged 8 and up, by author and astrobiologist Professor Mark Brake.
More than 300 amazing photographs The perfect present for every aspirant astronaut!
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This is Book 18 in the Lonely Planet Kids Series. See all Lonely Planet Kids books here.
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