By now, the concept of a solar-powered spaceship has taken on a life of its own.
But it is not a toy anymore.
Today, kids will not be building their own spacecrafts, but learning how to make one themselves.
The Discovery Spaceflight Company is launching a new version of its Solar System Simulator, called Solar System Explorer, that includes more than 100 interactive interactive objects.
Solar System explorer is a new and improved version of the Solar System simulation that debuted in June 2016 and has been available in multiple languages and for more than a decade.
It includes all the things kids need to understand about the solar system including how the planets orbit around the sun and how they formed.
It also includes detailed illustrations of the solar systems surface, the sun’s magnetic field, and the different moons of Jupiter.
The games will also show the differences between different kinds of objects and provide kids with a sense of what life might be like on other planets.
“The goal of this game is to provide a space simulator that allows kids to think about the Solar Systems surface, its environment, and explore its different aspects like volcanoes, geysers, ocean floors, and planets,” said Discovery Spacecraft’s CEO and co-founder, Mark Stuber.
Stuber said Solar System explorers will be available for download in January and February of next year for $29.99, but the new version will not include the game.
“While the game does include some of the features we’ve worked on for Solar System exploration in the past, it is still a complete solar system simulator with all the features that kids need and have been asking for,” Stuber said.
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