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Next to it, Father drew a small circle which Sveta coloured blue. This was the Earth. Then Father drew a red line round the Sun. This was the path which the Earth moved along. Father gave the children some work to do, to look at the Moon and draw it every time in their notebooks. Now, Sveta and Alex would draw the Moon after every evening walk. On some drawings the Moon was a circle, on others only a half circle, and later there were drawings where there was a little crescent instead of the circle.
What terrific heat! " "There must be too little air," Alex said. " Sveta wanted to know. "I can hardly see a thing," answered the Bathyscaphe. " The TV screen went off. The crew waited eagerly for the Bathyscaphe to begin transmitting again. Shortly, his voice sounded again, "It's much lighter here. The sky is a reddish colour but I can't see the Sun through the clouds. " asked Sveta. " asked the commander. "It's not very even. " Alex was surprised. "Yes, long and deep cracks," answered the Bathyscaphe.
Find the Great Bear and the Little Bear again," said Father. " cried out Alex. " "I can see the dipper, too. How teeny-weeny it is," Sveta said. "I'll tell you about two new constellations at home," said Father. " "That's right," Father agreed. "The constellation like a bow knot with three stars in a straight line is Orion. " asked Alex. "Taurus or the Bull," said Father. At home, Father showed the children an old map of the sky. He said, "Look, here's Orion, he's a hunter fighting a bull. The three bright stars which you noticed in the sky are on the hunter's belt.
A book about Stars and Planets - To Be Read to Children