[PDF] ✅ Space Atlas: A journey from earth to the stars and beyond (Amazing Adventures) By Tom Jackson – Kairafanan.co

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 The Ultimate Guide To Our Galaxy, Space Atlas Answers All These Questions And While Exploring The Far Reaches Of Space, From Our Own Planet To Neutron Stars, Thousands Of Light Years Away Showcasing Significant Locations In Space, Which Are Explored In Depth With Stunning Illustrations, Photos Of Space, Interesting Fact Files, Diagrams And Information On Scientific Achievements, This Unique Atlas Tells You Everything You Could Ever Want To Know About The Universe, While Taking You On A Stunning Visual Journey Through The Stars Featuring In Depth Explorations Of The Sun, The Earth, The Solar System, Black Holes, Quasars, And The Milky Way, Space Atlas Presents A Mix Of Stunning, Graphic Illustrations And Factual Photographs That Brings The Subject Of Space To Life In The Most Beautiful And Informative Way


6 thoughts on “Space Atlas: A journey from earth to the stars and beyond (Amazing Adventures)

  1. says:

    Bought as a gift for my 10yr old grandaughter who has an interest in space It s colourful and informative without being too technical or babyish


  2. says:

    Fantastic book, my nephew loved it


  3. says:

    I was impressed by this basic introduction for young readers It isn t jokey or cutesy, but it does have a cheerful welcoming feel It s not as cartoony as the cover makes it appear Because it s a survey it covers a lot of ground As a consequence, everything gets touched on lightly and quickly We start with some basic cosmology, planets, solar system, galaxy, etc , and then go back and start working our way out from the sun After a visit to each planet the story moves on to nearby stars, local neighborhood galaxies, nebulas, and exotic features like black holes, quasars, and the like.I was surprised by how much info was packed into each brief bit, and how thorough the book was in terms of touching on all of the big ticket topics For all of this there is a nice combination of styles For example, a planet will get a two page spread, with an exploded or surface view Around the margins are side panels with factoids about probes and other investigations There is a mix of text, drawings, photos, maps, and graphs Scattered about are historical tidbits, Hubble style pictures, and other high interest factoids.The upshot is that you get a reasonably coherent and well organized tour that serves as a nice introduction There is a lot here to read about and to look at it s all current and really does provide a decent survey of what s going on in modern astronomy It seemed to me that, for a starter sort of book, this struck a good balance between basic and advanced, and seemed like a volume that could have wide appeal to a range of younger readers Please note that I received a free advance will self destruct in x days Adobe Digital copy of this book without a review requirement, or any influence regarding review content should I choose to post a review Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.


  4. says:

    I was impressed by this basic introduction for young readers It isn t jokey or cutesy, but it does have a cheerful welcoming feel It s not as cartoony as the cover makes it appear Because it s a survey it covers a lot of ground As a consequence, everything gets touched on lightly and quickly We start with some basic cosmology, planets, solar system, galaxy, etc , and then go back and start working our way out from the sun After a visit to each planet the story moves on to nearby stars, local neighborhood galaxies, nebulas, and exotic features like black holes, quasars, and the like.I was surprised by how much info was packed into each brief bit, and how thorough the book was in terms of touching on all of the big ticket topics For all of this there is a nice combination of styles For example, a planet will get a two page spread, with an exploded or surface view Around the margins are side panels with factoids about probes and other investigations There is a mix of text, drawings, photos, maps, and graphs Scattered about are historical tidbits, Hubble style pictures, and other high interest factoids.The upshot is that you get a reasonably coherent and well organized tour that serves as a nice introduction There is a lot here to read about and to look at it s all current and really does provide a decent survey of what s going on in modern astronomy It seemed to me that, for a starter sort of book, this struck a good balance between basic and advanced, and seemed like a volume that could have wide appeal to a range of younger readers Please note that I received a free advance will self destruct in x days Adobe Digital copy of this book without a review requirement, or any influence regarding review content should I choose to post a review Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book.


  5. says:

    This is a very solid look at outer space The information is interesting, the layout is clear, and photography is well integrated I think what this book does really well is look further than most previous space atlases It gives good overviews of the planets in our solar system, along with the sun and moon, but then it pushes further to nebulae and systems that scientists have discovered recently For a kid who wants to know , explore further, this book will take you there.Note I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinions.


  6. says:

    Not much can really be said about this book It s an atlas, about space It is what it is But, it s super cute It s perfect for the young, or the young at heart, that want to know about space It gives information about all the planets, some of the dwarf planets and things in space from asteroids to satellites Even a amateur astronomer may learn something here if they aren t versed in every single thing in space.Super cute illustrations and great information This was an adorable book and I highly recommend it for anyone that knows a space lover.