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Educational Insights 5351 Nancy B's Science Club Moonscope & Sky Gazers Activity Journal


Grab your MoonScope and take a tour of the nighttime sky

Nancy B's Science Club™ MoonScope and Sky Gazer's Activity Journal™
Experience science with Nancy Balter!
Nobody knows science like Nancy. Her brand-new line of scientific tools and real-life journaling activities provide hands-on science experiences that get kids comfortable and excited about science, giving them the confidence to pursue science further in school and in life.
Scientific experiences designed for kids ages 8—11

MoonScope and Sky Gazer's Activity Journal includes Moon Scope with 18x to 90x magnification, Moon Filter, and tripod with built-in red LED for night viewing. Twenty-page Sky-Gazer's Journal includes stories plus tracking, writing, drawing, and other activities.

Hi , ive just purchased a jkm holmes moonscope, i know nothing about it and wondered if anyone out there could give me some information on this scope i believe its 1900 to 1940 its in what looks original condition ( very old ) temped to try and restore it but worried about spoiling it,, has anyone any idea how much something like this would be worth, in its original condtition, many thanks Mark

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A Functional Lunar Vehicle

  • Original year: 1970
  • Company: MPC
  • Scale: 1/25
  • Designer: George Barris

Build the Barris Moonscope...A wild crawler with out-of-this-world features! Including: Panasonic camera--camera rotates so astronauts can see fore and aft, Custom Interior--body contoured seats to encase astronauts, GE electric engines--supplies power for speed up to 45 mph, Special Suspension--for spider like agility over all moon terrain, Storage Compartment--for miscellaneous equipment like water containers, 6 Wide Ribbed Tires--designed for airless operation.

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Dave's comments:

Ya wanna go to the moon Alice? BANG-ZOOM in the Moonscope! This was reissued in 1976 for the Space:1999 TV show with significant modifications.



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I have one also , It is a Spitz Moonscope made by the Harmonic Reed co. Rosemont , Penna. It has a all white OTA , no stars and a black plastic base and black wooden dowel legs . The arms at the pivot point for the OTA are molded solid , ( no spokes ) .

Some toy companies received multiple nominees across different categories, including newcomer GoldieBlox (Educational, Innovative) and Rainbow Loom with three (Activity, Girl and Specialty), while other popular nominees like Lego and Skylanders picked up the most with five nominations. Some standout nominees included: Boom Boom Ballon (Game), a poke-the-ballon game, which pushes players to poke at a play ballon until it bursts; the Barbie Digital Makeover, which connects to any iPad for mess-free makeup sessions on screen; Zoomer, a remote-controlled pet Dalmation that sits, wags and barks on demand; and Nancy B's Science Club Moonscope, a telescope set with book, designed for girls. Some retro properties even made the cut with the Transformers Construct-Bots (Boy) and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Property).