$24.95Make Science fun with 101 exciting step-by-step experiments that are safe and easy to do at home
This annual gem (produced each year since 1991) continues to take the Australian stargazer on a wondrous journey of the night sky. This critically acclaimed work, produced by three well known experts in the field, takes a unique approach to explaining and identifying the Sun, Moon, planets and constellations; it is simply the best publication of its type in the world.
Transform any room into an instant light show!
Discs include Halloween, Christmas, Happy Birthday, and a generic celestial SPACE THEME
$24.95Available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and XXLarge
In July 1969, six hundred million people, one-sixth of mankind at the time, witnessed the historic Apollo 11 moonwalk live on TV.
This DVD contains the complete 2009 restoration of the historic TV broadcast, produced by NASA for the Apollo 11 40th anniversary. It includes newly discovered footage not seen by the public since 1969.
"This restored video is a valuable contribution to space exploration and space communication history" - Neil Armstrong.
Running time: 185 minutes. Region: 0 (all regions)
$14.95How do astronomers study planets, stars and galaxies? What are rovers and where have they landed? How do different telescopes work? What is a nebula? Beginner readers can find out the answers in this book, along with lots more fascinating facts. Amazing photographs and illustrations are combined with simple, easy-to-read text and a glossary explaining all the specialist terms used. Find out more about astronomy and stargazing online via Usborne Quicklinks, where you can find out what to see and when, as well as see the latest images captured by telescopes and rovers.
$29.95Since ancient times, humans have been puzzled and awed by the strange stars, peculiar planets, and out of this world objects that appear in our sky. Advancements in technology are now giving scientists closer looks and first peeks at the weird and wonderful things that make up our solar system and beyond.
Wonders of Learning Discover Space.
An educational learning box set that includes a reference book, a wall chart, glow in the dark shapes and much more!
Discover the Weather Eductaional Weather Kit with Livinia Nixon.
Kit includes a reference book, sticker activity book, poster and much more!
$9.95The weight of the world on your shoulders just got lighter. This worldly stress ball will help you relax after a hard day or even get you through this one.
$29.9528cm Galileo Thermometer ( 6 balls ) – watch the temperature by watching the balls sink and float in a beautiful sealed glass cylinder, as their densities are such that they rise or fall as the temperature changes.
$34.95A map of the constellations featuring glow in the dark ink. The constellations glow and come to life when you turn off the lights. Learn the major constellations and common personality traits associated with the zodiac signs.
$64.95Whether you're interested in the age of Plato and Aristotle or Poincare and Hilbert, whether you want to know more about the Pythagorean theorem or the golden mean, "A History of Mathematics" is an essential reference that will help you explore the incredible history of mathematics and the men and women who created it.
$19.95Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to the Moon? This beautifuuly illustrated picture book will take you on a journey to find out. You can fly into outer space, walk on the Moon and take a look at our world from a very, very long way away.
6 puzzle sheets with 60 pieces and assembly instructions.
Assembled model is 30cm tall.
By (author) Peter Robertson
Simple explanations of complex ideas for your future genius!
It only takes a small spark to ignite a child's mind.
$14.95Uncover the secrets of the natural world with fascinating experiments and find out why and how things happen. Determine the freshness of an egg using a pot of water; learn why some animals' eyes glow in the dark,and more. Once you begin investigating the mysteries of everyday phenomena, you'll never look at your surroundings the same way again.
$24.95Full of scientific rhyming fun. Young readers will delight in poking fun at a familiar text all while learning about scientists who changed the world! This sweet parody is the perfect inspiration for future scientists of all ages.
$9.95A "selfie" taken by aliens on their most recent visit to "The Dish". Yours to show off on a drink cooler. Artwork by M. Marshall.
$14.95A "selfie" taken by aliens on their most recent visit to "The Dish". Yours to show off on a mug. Artwork by M. Marshall.
$29.95Fitzroy Storm glass - a type of historical weather forecasting device, composed of a sealed glass container, filled with liquid that allows the user to forecast the weather by observing the appearance of the liquid in the glass.
$39.95Based on a true story, "The Dish" recounts the emotions, drama and humor behind the four-day Apollo XI mission in July 1969 and the extraordinary role that Australia played in televising the historical lunar landing to the world.
$29.95Based on a true story, "The Dish" recounts the emotions, drama and humor behind the four-day Apollo XI mission in July 1969 and the extraordinary role that Australia played in televising the historical lunar landing to the world.
$24.95Why are we so fascinated by the stars? How did we get the Moon? What was the Space Race?
It's science, but not as you know it. Pop, pull, flip and spin your way through forces, light, magnetism, molecules and more!
Peer into an ATOM, lift the lip on a volcano, and spin an engine to see how it works. Find out how to make an egg parachute, a bottle volcano, and a balloon hovercraft.
Why is the Milky Way blue? Why isn't a black hole dark? How many stars can you see with your naked eye?
Humans are the only known astronomers in the universe. When we look up at the night sky, we are linked to our ancestors. Away from city lights, we can see what generations of people before us have wondered at and weaved stories around.
But all that will change. The Andromeda Galaxy is rushing towards us at 400,000 kilometres an hour.
When Galaxies Collide will guide you to look at the night sky afresh. It peers 5.86 billion years into the future to consider the fate of Earth and its inhabitants. Will the solution be to live in space without a planet to call home? Will one of the other 100 billion planets spawn life?
Learn how to watch this space.