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  • ISBN 1567664067
  • ISBN13 978-1567664065
  • Language English
  • Author Carol Greene
  • Publisher Childs World Inc (August 1, 1997)
  • Formats lrf azw lrf mobi
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Nature and How It Works
  • Size ePub 1577 kb
  • Size Fb2 1177 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 483

Photographs and simple text describe some of the jobs that astronauts do aboard a space shuttle and what they do to prepare on the ground

Astronauts spend most of their time doing science experiments that can only be done in outer space. The biggest difference between sleeping on Earth and sleeping in space is gravity.

Astronauts spend most of their time doing science experiments that can only be done in outer space. Even though they work long hours, astronauts do get breaks. They may use their breaks to play games with their crewmates, read, watch movies, or talk to their families on Earth. One of the favourite ways for astronauts to spend their breaks is by just sitting and looking out the window. Without gravity, there isn’t really any up or down so sometimes astronauts sleep standing up. Also, astronauts often strap their sleeping bags to the walls so that they don’t float away.

Astronauts Work In Space book.

Book by Greene, Carol. Stephen Duffy is a genius. This is his best work. Series: New True Books: Space (Paperback) (Book 26). Paperback. Publisher: Children's Press (CT) (March 1984). They are truly worth the extra money.

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Summary: Astronauts Work in Space by Carol Greene gives readers a neat look into the lives and careers of astronauts

Summary: Astronauts Work in Space by Carol Greene gives readers a neat look into the lives and careers of astronauts. This book targets a younger astronauts and shows a few of the different jobs of astronauts on the space shuttle and what is required of a person for them to become an astronaut. Personal Reaction: This is a really neat and simple informational book for young readers. Real life photos illustrate the book and give extra detail

Photographs and simple text describe some of the jobs that astronauts do aboard a space shuttle and what they do to prepare on the ground. Format:Library Binding.

Select Format: Library Binding. Photographs and simple text describe some of the jobs that astronauts do aboard a space shuttle and what they do to prepare on the ground. ISBN13:9781567664065. Release Date:September 1997.

This is the first part of ten Community Helper lesson plans. Here we introduce the students to the astronaut

This is the first part of ten Community Helper lesson plans. Here we introduce the students to the astronaut. Educational material is provided including crafts, songs, and worksheets.

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Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Radio Programs. Librivox Free Audiobook. Spirituality & Religion Podcasts. Simple text and illustrations describe the history of manned space travel and the training and duties of the astronauts.

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