Title: How the Universe Works: An Illustrated Guide to the Cosmos and All We Know About It
Author: Chartwell Books
Genre: Science, Non-Fiction
It’s hard to imagine how big the universe is, but with help from How the Universe Works, you can get to know what makes it tick.
The cosmos is a complex and intricate system that astronomers have been trying to dissect for years. From Galileo and Copernicus to the Space Race and Modern Day NASA missions, humanity has craved more knowledge about the universe and how it works. Hundreds of years of scientific discovery, and there’s still so much to learn. How the Universe Works is the latest installment in a series of books that deconstructs how things work and explains in a format that is easy to understand.
With beautiful and detailed visuals in the form of info-graphics, 3D illustrations, cutaways and renderings, How the Universe Works offers a tiny glimpse of the massive stretch of the universe. Each page delves more into the composition of the stars and shows the information in such a way that makes even the most complex phenomenons easy to understand. Learn how different cosmic bodies interact with one another, why, and how humanity has worked to understand space.
The observable universe spans billions and billions of light years. How the Universe Works is a work intended to put the cosmos in the hands of its readers. Understanding the most complex mechanisms that rule space is quite a task, but with information for the entire family, this editorial ally is perfect for getting immersed in the intricacies of the observable universe and all its natural beauty.
I am a sucker for any and all books that has to do with the Universe – even if I have no idea what is being said. I got all giddy when I saw this book being offered on NetGalley.com & got even more excited when I was able to read this & review it. I love to look at pictures of the universe & everything that goes along with that and this books did well on that aspect. This is a typical book that teaches subjects in an easy manner. I think I am a bit biased when it comes to anything with the universe. I think all books written about the universe would enthrall me for hours no matter what they where meant for.
I received this book from netgalley.com for a honest review.