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Curiosity characterizes the child to understand the surrounding objects, those that capture his eyes. Of all the objects, some are invisible but amazing, are the planets, asteroids, comets ... The astronomy opens children's minds to observe behind the windows of our "spaceship" unfolds a beautiful landscape.

 

Astronomy is told as a story. For example: the solar system was created from a cloud of flour dust grains 10000, Sun has captured our huge 9986 grain flour. Of the remaining 14 grains, Jupiter, the largest planet in the system, captured 10 grains of flour. There were only four grains to other planets.

 

3 large planets, Neptune, Uranus and Saturn are shared 3 grains of dust cloud and the rest of the flour original, ie, 1 grain of dust, was used to produce the four terrestrial planets, Mars, Earth, Venus and Mercury. You, me and all the animals living on this dust that transports us into the universe.

Largest objects in the Solar SystemSimulator, rotation and position of the planets (dynamic graphic)
Largest objects in
the Solar System...
Simulator, the revolution
of the planets...
  
Crab Stalin or crab giantApparent size of the Sun as seen from Mercury, Venus, earth, mars, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune
Kamchatka
crab giant...
Apparent size of the Sun
as seen from the planets...
  
Quiz for children, planetsThe smallest frog in the world
Quiz about the planets...

The smallest frog
in the world...
 
January sky, Orion constellationFebruary sky, constellation Auriga
January sky...

February sky...

  
May sky, constellation LeoJune sky, constellation Virgo
May sky...

June sky...

  
September sky, constellation Corona BorealisOctober sky, constellation Pegasus
September sky...

October sky...

 
March sky, constellation GeminiApril sky, constellation Bootes
March sky...

April sky...

  
July sky, CygnusAugust sky, constellation Aquila
July sky...

August sky...

  
November sky, constellation AndromedaDecember sky, constellation Perseus
November sky...

December sky...

 
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