Science Reads

The Sun and the Water Cycle –in comic form join Camillaspace with the girls Sofia and Marisol, and discover that without the Sun there would be no water cycle; that means no clouds, no rain – no weather!.
Hubble Space Telescope: Discoveries
James Webb Space Telescope Science Guide
Hanny’s Voorwerp – this is the story about a young Dutch girl, Hanny van Arkel, who in the summer of 2007 was examining galaxies as part of the Galaxy Zoo project when she noticed a bluish cloud-like object and asked what it was.
Cindi in Space –in comic form is a story about an android girl, her two dogs, and the CINDI mission (Counted Ion Neutral Dynamics Investigation) to study our upper atmosphere.
SCOSTEP– (Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics) offers a series of books in comic form about solar terrestrial physics.
• The Day Joshua Jumped Too Much and Adventures in the Attic – are the first two of a 3-book series as part of the Think Scientifically literacy program from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) program.
Earth as Art – A collection of pictures of our planet taken by several orbiting satellites.
Nine publications from Solar-Terrestrial Environment Laboratory, Nagoya University and the Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics. (What is the Aurora?; What is the Geomagnetic Field?; What is the Ozone Hole?; What is the Solar Wind?; What is the Aurora?; What is the Geomagnetic Field?; What is the Geomagnetic Field?; What is Global Warming?; What are Cosmic Rays?; What are the Polar Regions?; What is the Upper Atmosphere?; What is the Sun-Climate Relationship?)
The Secret in the Cellar (“A Written in Bone forensic mystery from colonial America”)
Lucy’s Planet Hunt (“. . . or, how to see things in a different light.”)
The Young Scientist Journal is written and run entirely by students aged 12-20.

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