- Lonely Planet Kids Imprint Expands
- Lonely Planet Kids published seven titles in 2015, and has been accelerating that pace, with 17 titles coming out in 2016 and 24 slated for 2017, and with 40 titles a year as the ultimate goal.
- Lonely Planet Kids: New Travel Books for 2016
- Lonely Planet Kids, the children's imprint established by the venerable guidebook publisher in 2014, is debuting two travel series this spring. The first, launching in April, is a line of pop-up books on London, New York, and Paris.
- Kuiper Belt Objects Point The Way To Planet 9
- Such a planet not only offered an explanation for the presence of high-perihelion Sedna-like objects – i.e. planetoids that have extremely eccentric orbits around the Sun.
- Lightly Dusted
- This area of space contains countless objects left over from the time the planets were forming, ranging in size from tiny particles to planetoids nearly 600 miles across.
- Into the Stars review for PC
- While your interaction is generally limited to text screens and two camera views (inside the ship and outside), it doesn't detract from how awesome the various planetoids, rubble, asteroids, and opposing ships tend to look.
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