By Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger
Pictures and tales approximately area exploration encompass young children, fueling their interest approximately what lies past Earth's surroundings. during this easy-to-understand publication, young ones will learn the way a rocket works, how a satellite tv for pc remains in orbit, how an area station is outfitted, what itıs prefer to be an astronaut, and masses, even more.
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Extra resources for Can You Hear a Shout in Space?: Questions and Answers About Space Exploration (Scholastic Question and Answer Series)
Each one weighs about 300 pounds (136 kg)! Which is the longest-lasting space station? Mir, put into orbit by the Soviet Union on February 20, 1986. For 13 years, groups of astronauts from different countries took turns working and living in Mir. Valery Polyakov set a record for the longest stay in a space station—one year and 73 days. Are there plans for other space stations? Yes. Engineers from 16 countries are building the huge International Space Station. A Russian rocket put the first module into orbit on November 20, 1998; the second section went up on the shuttle and was attached a few weeks later.
Bonestell studied stars and planets through a telescope before he painted them. Mr.
They are made up of individual rooms called modules. Each one is about the size of a school bus. Space shuttles carry up the modules one at a time. Then astronauts use a robot arm to move them into place and put on space suits to complete the assembly. Why do astronauts wear space suits outside the shuttle? Because there’s no air in space. Astronauts carry oxygen with them. Tiny fans in an attached backpack provide a steady flow of air for breathing. Automatic valves keep the air pressure inside the suit at a comfortable level.
Can You Hear a Shout in Space?: Questions and Answers About Space Exploration (Scholastic Question and Answer Series) by Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger