The ultimate reference guide to space, Space Atlas tells you everything you could ever want to know about the universe, while taking you on a stunning visual journey through the stars.
What is life like on the International Space Station? Can we survive on Mars? Why is Pluto no longer a planet? Just how big is the universe anyway? Space Atlas answers all these questions and more while exploring the far reaches of space, from our own planet to neutron stars, thousands of light years away. Following the format of an atlas, Space Atlas showcases significant locations in space which are explored in-depth with stunning illustrations, interesting fact files, diagrams and information on scientific achievements. Includes: The Sun , Earth, solar system, Black holes, Quasars, The Milky Way.
Tom Jackson is a leading science writer who has over twenty years experience writing books, magazine and newspaper articles, as well as pieces for online and for television. He writes about a wide range of subjects but his specialities are natural history, technology and all things scientific. Previous projects include collaborations with Sir Patrick Moore, Carol Vorderman and rock star scientist, Brian May.
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