Seven Wonders of the Milky Way



Seven Wonders of the Milky Way Witness the wonders of the Milky Way in this stunningly illustrated book that will make you feel like an astronaut Blast off to the oldest star in our galaxy, zoom around planetary nebulae dubbed the butterflies of space, circle past humongous, ringed exoplanets, and close in on newly discovered orbs that just might support alien life David Aguilar, former Director of Science Information at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and creator of Cosmic Catastrophes and Seven Wonders of the Solar System, takes us on a unique space journey through the Milky Way.His beautifully rendered, painterly images are based on the latest scientific findings about our galaxy and are supported by lively, factual text about celestial wonders such as Omega Centauri, the Great Nebula in Orion, UY Scuti, the Hourglass Nebula, and headlining making discoveries about planet J1407b, Tabby s Star, and the TRAPPIST 1 planetary system. Read Seven Wonders of the Milky Way By David A. Aguilar – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 80 pages
  • Seven Wonders of the Milky Way
  • David A. Aguilar
  • 23 January 2018
  • 0451476867

10 thoughts on “Seven Wonders of the Milky Way

  1. Laura Gardner says:

    This nonfiction book explores the Milky Way and all its wonders Beautiful images of outer space complement the text nicely Some of the graphics do an excellent job of comparing commonly known information about our solar system to new information for example, the size of our sun to the size of suns in other solar systems The chapter on other earthlike planets in the milky way is especially fascinating and sure to incite wonder in readers at the miracle of our own planet The conditions requi This nonfiction book explores the Milky Way and all its wonders Beautiful images of outer space complement the text nicely Some of the graphics do an excellent job of comparing commonly known information about our solar system to new information for example, the size of our sun to the size of suns in other solar systems The chapter on other earthlike planets in the milky way is especially fascinating and sure to incite wonder in readers at the miracle of our own planet The conditions required for life are so specific and rare In all, this book has lots of fascinating information, but the format could be better I can t imagine any student except the most fervent space enthusiast reading this book cover to c...

  2. Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book* says:

    Seven Wonders of the Milky Way by David A Aguilar, 75 pages NON FICTION Viking Penguin Random House , 2018 18.99Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence GBUYING ADVISORY EL ADVISABLEAUDIENCE APPEAL AVERAGESpace is a mystery, but scientists have been discovering amazing things that exist outside our planet and even outside our galaxy These seven wonders of the Milky Way are only a taste of what has yet to be found and understood.While space and stars can seem like ab Seven Wonders of the Milky Way by David A Aguilar, 75 pages NON FICTION Viking Penguin Random House , 2018 18.99Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence GBUYI...

  3. Carro Herdegen says:

    Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence GSpace is a mystery, but scientists have been discovering amazing things that exist outside our planet and even outside our galaxy These seven wonders of the Milky Way are only a taste of what has yet to be found and understood.While space and stars can seem like abstract ideas without the context we have for learning about things on earth, Aguilar uses comparisons and examples to help readers understand things larger than we have ever Language G 0 swears, 0 f Mature Content G Violence GSpace is a mystery, but scientists have been discovering amazing things that exist outside our planet and even outside our gal...

  4. Kimberly says:

    The information in this book is great, but there is a lot of it and probably half of the text is very dry Casual space fans will browse the text and admire the pictures, but a kid would have to be a die hard space junkie to sit and read the whole book.

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