The Earth (Gateway Solar System). Series: Gateway Solar System. Publisher: Econo-Clad Books (September 1996).
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Gregory Vogt (Author). Age Range: 7 and up. Grade Level: 2 - 4. Series: The Gateway Solar System. Publisher: Millbrook Press (September 1, 1996).
Jupiter (Gateway Solar System) Library Binding – October 1, 1993. Vogt is a Capstone Press author. Gregory Vogt (Author).
Gateway is a 1977 science fiction novel by American writer Frederik Pohl. It is the opening novel in the Heechee saga, with four sequels that followed (five books overall). Gateway won the 1978 Hugo Award for Best Novel, the 1978 Locus Award for Best Novel, the 1977 Nebula Award for Best Novel, and the 1978 John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. The novel was adapted into a computer game in 1992.
Gregory Vogt has written: 'Meteors and Meteorites (Galaxy)'. Earth (The Gateway Solar System)'. Space Walking' - subject(s): Juvenile literature, Extravehicular activity (Manned space flight), Manned space flight, Space flight. Predicting earthquakes' - subject(s): Earthquake prediction, Juvenile literature, Earthquakes. Neptune' - subject(s): Juvenile literature.
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Scholastic Science Readers. Features full-color, up-close photographs of the planets in the Earth's solar system. 1-2, 3-5. GUIDED READING LEXILE® MEASURE Grade Level Equivalent DRA LEVEL.
Gregory L. Vogt is a senior project manager with the center for educational outreach at the Baylor College of. . Vogt is a senior project manager with the center for educational outreach at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. His duties focus on space biomedicine, teacher training, and work with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Vogt began his career as an eighth grade science teacher and later joined the NASA Aerospace Education Services Program. He established the Teaching from Space office at the NASA Johnson Space Center. He is a former science museum director