Kids’ Club Review by Aoi: 100 things to know about space

100 things to know about space100 things to know about space, written by Alex Frith, Alice James, & Jerome Martin ; illustrated by Federico Mariani & Shaw Nielsen

This book is very interesting. Let me tell you some facts. The solar system is 800,000km/h(5000,000mph). There are 10 million superclusters in the universe. This means 100 billion galaxies, bringing the total number of stars to well over 10,000,000,000,000,000,000.000. The Milky Way is made up of at least 200 billion stars. From one side of the earth, it’s only possible to see millions of stars with a had telescope. Ten large objects the space between Mars and Jupiter were discovered in the 1800s.
Scientist have learnt much more about what happened during most of the first second of time but what happened during the very first 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 second ( that’s 24 zeroes after the decimal point0 is a still big mystery. The first astronauts were fruit flies in 1947. Lunched to a height of 109km (68 miles) in V-2 rocket, they were recovered alive. Scientist think that astronomer Frank Drake equation is a useful starting place. Here’s how it works; R*x fp x ne x fl x fi x fc = N

More than a million earths could fit in the sun. If you see look in the sun directly it can damage your eyes.

In my country Japan people think rabbits live in the moon, if you see the moon. Mum said that’s romantic to try to find a rabbit in the moon.

Nobody gone beyond the moon. 536 have reached space. 216 have been to the internal space. 24 have flown around the moon. 12 have walked on the moon.
A wormhole could sack you a million years later.
It would take 1,500 lifetimes to travel to the sun’s nearest star.

If you discover a comet it will be named after you.

I have learnt so many things about space which is awesome.

5 stars

Reviewed by Aoi from Karori and Thorndon School , 8 years old

1 Response

  1. adrienne 30 January, 2019 / 8:50 am

    What a great review Aoi! Sounds like you really enjoyed this book. Thanks for including heaps of cool facts and information in your review.

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