How Space Works: The Facts Visually Explained (DK How Stuff Works)
Embark on an awe-inspiring and informative journey through our Solar System and beyond in this illuminating astronomy book!
Discover how big the Universe is, why our view of the sky is constantly changing, what came before the Big Bang, and so much more in 3... 2... 1…. Blast Off!
Inside the pages of this comprehensive guide to astronomy for beginners, you’ll discover:
• Simple text and step-by-step graphics that make astronomy easy to understand
• Fun facts and tip-of-the-tongue questions are presented through bite-sized factoids and question-and-answer features
• Clear explanations demystifying more advanced topics such as cosmic rays, dark matter, and black hole collisions
Take a peek at what lies beyond the stratosphere
This out-of-this-world reference book about space introduces you to the weird and wonderful discipline of astronomy and space exploration. From the structure of the Milky Way to the Earth’s nearest celestial body, the Moon, How Space Works takes you on an unforgettable tour through the stars and galaxies, and to the furthest reaches of space!
Answering all your burning questions about space, from ancient white dwarf stars to the Mars Rover, this visual guide explains the essentials of astronomy through bold graphics and step-by-step artworks. It’s the ultimate book for armchair astronomers and space-technology enthusiasts looking for reliable and up-to-date facts and explanations.
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DK's How Things Work series uses dynamic graphics and jargon-free text to explain the modern world simply and clearly. Packed with fascinating facts and stats, these visual guides cover everything from science to philosophy, making complex topics more accessible than ever before!
Praise for How Space Works: The Facts Visually Explained (DK How Stuff Works)
"A breadth of information is covered in a browsable format, giving readers the opportunity to explore space in small or large chunks of time.”—Booklist, Starred Review