Universe Discovery Guide: July

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Universe Discovery Guide: July

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The Universe constantly recycles its matter. New stars are born from the dust of dead stars. Find out how to observe two beautiful nebula that are the remains of dead or dying stars, and learn about how stars are born and die.

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  • Universe Discovery Guide: June

    Universe Discovery Guide: June

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    Universe Discovery Guide for May

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    May's Discovery Guide is all about deep views of our Universe! We feature the famed Hubble Deep Field. We include a fun activity for all ages: Cosmic Survey. Plus we have extra goodies and sky charts for May.


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    Universe Discovery Guide: April

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    Discover the universe with your family and friends! April's theme is Discovering Planet Families, and includes an exoplanets activity.


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