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"An Inquirer's Guide To The Universe"

Having trouble keeping up with the universe? "An Inquirer's Guide" can help. You'll find a short list of useful space science fact resources. You'll also find a list of space science fiction resources. Why science fiction? Well, imagination is becoming a neccessity in space science studies. If you can imagine it, it may be so.

Use the guide to explore our solar system, the universe, and some imaginary planets. Then, write your own space science fiction in the space story studio. The sky is not the limit.


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