Seven Wonders of the Sun and Other Stars

Seven Wonders of the Sun and Other Stars Have you ever wondered how stars are born Or what happens inside a black hole Or how to safely view a solar eclipse This book tells you the answers and much See what astronomers and space scientists h

  • Title: Seven Wonders of the Sun and Other Stars
  • Author: Rosanna Hansen
  • ISBN: 9780761354505
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Have you ever wondered how stars are born Or what happens inside a black hole Or how to safely view a solar eclipse This book tells you the answers and much See what astronomers and space scientists have discovered about the amazing wonders of the stars.

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    1. This month I read “Seven Wonders of the Sun and Other Stars” by Rosanna Hansen. It is a really good book, and it is very detailed. It talks about Solar Storms, Solar Eclipse, Nebulas, Supergiant Stars, Supernovas, Neutron Stars, and Black holes. In October 2003, a huge Solar Flare exploded from the sun, the Flare’s explosion produced more power than 10 million hydrogen bombs. The sun measures about 1,384,000 km across, it is approximately 100 times bigger than the earth. During an eclipse, [...]

    2. his title includes these seven wonders: solar flare (large explosion in the sun's atmosphere); a total solar eclipse (when the sun is totally obscured by the moon); a neutron star (star composed of neutrons that has collapsed under its own gravity); a supergiant star (among the most massive stars); a supernova (stellar explosion that is more energetic than a nova - a star that suddenly increases its light output tremendously and then fades away to its former obscurity); a black hole (region of s [...]

    3. This is a lovely series of astronomy books! For a change, they are not letting the format imprison them in what they want to write. Often in series books, they could have been written by anyone, just about but these books feel personal. The authors' enthusiasm is very clear to the readers. The photos are excellent and very up to date. I am enjoying these a great deal, reserving another title in the series when I finish a book.

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