Really Really Big Questions About Space and Time by Professor Mark L. Brake
  

Really Really Big Questions About Space and Time

Written by Professor Mark L. Brake
Illustrated by Nishant Choksi

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Have you ever yearned to travel through time? Or asked yourself how the sun creates sunshine? Have you pojdered the existence of aliens, and wondered why they haven't come to visit us yet? Tune into your sense of adventure and prepare to explode your mind as you plunge into these big ideas, and many more, on a rollercoaster ride through space and time. With funky illustrations, mind-teasers and quirky quotations throughout will expand the mind still further but in a great fun way.

See also in the same series: Really really big questions about life, the Universe and everything.

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Synopsis

Really Really Big Questions About Space and Time by Professor Mark L. Brake

Really, Really Big Questions from Space and Time is an unusual and fun introduction to space, science and astrophysics. It explores those massive, complicated, weird and often unanswered questions such as: Does the Universe have a shape? What makes sunshine? Do stars explode? How do you build a time machine? And do aliens look like me? Your head will spin - with knowledge.

About the Author

Mark Brake is an academic who has written several popular science books and has done science communication work in film, television and radio on five continents; including work with NASA, The Science Museum and the BBC. He received worldwide publicity for developing an undergraduate university course, Life in the Universe, which examined the science and culture of astrobiology.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Professor Mark L. Brake
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

18th October 2010

ISBN

9780753430194

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