Everyone's been looking up at the night sky this year as we've celebrated 50 years since Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon.
Astronomer Paul Murdin's inside guide will help you learn all about the solar system and its planets and satellites.
It looks at the universe from a longer perspective and reveals how Saturn's moon, Titan, boasts lakes which contain liquid methane surrounded by soaring hills and valleys (exactly as the earth did before life evolved); Mercury is the shyest planet; and that the biggest volcano on Mars is 10 times the depth of the Grand Canyon.
Product code: TSLP
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Dimensions: 21.6cm x 13.5cm
Publish date: 09/07/2019
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