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Who created it? Aguilar, David A.
What's it called? Super stars : the biggest, hottest, brightest, most explosive stars in the Milky Way / by David A. Aguilar.
Who published it? Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Kids/National Geographic, c2010.
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 DOWNTOWN YS Juvenile Nonfiction  523.88 Agu  AVAILABLE
 SPANISH RIVER YS Juvenile Nonfiction  523.88 Agu  AVAILABLE
What's it like? 48 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Helpful notes! "(plus black holes, brown dwarfs, constellations, and more!)"--Cover.
Includes index and websites.
Extra info! Includes bibliographical references and index.
What's in it? Life cycle of stars -- Globular clusters -- Diffuse nebulae -- Open star clusters -- Brown dwarfs -- Multiple stars -- Eclipsing stars -- Neutron stars -- Pulsars -- G stars -- Other stars with planets -- Life-giving stars -- Planetary nebulae -- Butterflies of the universe -- Supernovae -- Hypergiants -- Black holes -- Star quest.
What's it about? Describes fifteen of the most unusual known stars, plus other interesting stellar objects.
Who'd like this? 008-up Ingram.
Helpful subjects! Supergiant stars -- Juvenile literature.
Supermassive stars -- Juvenile literature.
Stars, Brightest -- Juvenile literature.
Supergiant stars.
Supermassive stars.
Stars, Brightest.
Other titles to try! Superstars
Special numbers! 9781426306013 (hardcover)
1426306016 (hardcover)
9781426306020 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
1426306024 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
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