The Cosmic Tourist The 100 Most Awe-Inspiring Places in the Universe

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 10/4/2016
  • Publisher: Carlton Books

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Take your seats for an out-of-this-word tour through the Cosmos!
Brian May, Patrick Moore, and Chris Lintott—authors of Bang!—fly us from Earth to the farthest-out galaxies. Along the way, we stop and gaze at 100 amazing sights, from asteroids to zodiacal dust. And each of our three tour guides has a special expertise and passion that they bring to their very personal explanations of what we see: Patrick is a lunar specialist; Brian is the leading authority on dust in our solar system, and Chris researches the formation of stars and galaxies. Extraordinary images present the universe as seen through the eyes of the biggest and best telescopes on Earth and in space, and occasionally from the backyards of expert amateur observers.

Author Biography

Although best known to the world as the lead guitarist of supergroup Queen, Brian May recently completed the PhD in astrophysics that he abandoned when Queen started to find fame.

The late Sir Patrick Moore was the world's best-loved astronomer, author of more than 100 books, and presenter of the world's longest-running TV program, BBC's The Sky at Night. Sir Patrick died on December 9, 2012.
Chris Lintott is best known as the co-presenter, with Patrick, of The Sky at Night. He received a degree in Physics from Cambridge, then earned his PhD in Astrophysics at University College London. He is now doing further research at Oxford.

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