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A dazzling look at space: cutting-edge science plus radiant arwork that captures the mystery and wonder of it all. There are many ways to see space. Telescopes. Films. Actually going there. But this stunning book is one of the most original ways we’ve seen in a long time – with the credentials to prove it. Direct from the Science Museum, it’s a mind-blowing tour of our cosmos, bursting with fun facts to astound you. (Like, did you know our sun is only one of 200 billion stars in the Milky Way?) All with Chris Wormell’s majestic pictures, which evoke a golden age of science while imagining what space – in all its stillness and tumult and brightness and dark – might look like.

  • A stunning look at space in all its mysterious glory
  • By prize-winning astronomer Professor Raman Prinja
  • Beautiful artwork by celebrated engraver Chris Wormell
  • Created in association with the Science Museum

Product Details

Catalogue number

826 in Setanta Primary November 2021

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781787415225

Date published

October 4th, 2018

Other details

  • 80 pages

Condition

New

Reviews

  1. David Jintao Wu Liang
    on 29 January 2019

    Planetarium

    So cool,I like it

  2. David Jintao Wu Liang
    on 24 January 2019

    Planetarium

    I like it

  3. David Jintao Wu Liang
    on 24 January 2019

    planetarium

    i like it

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