The Universe Rocks: Galaxies and the Runaway Universe by Raman Prinja


The Universe Rocks: Galaxies and the Runaway Universe by Raman Prinja

The Universe is big - bigger than you can possiby imagine...Zoom off to galaxies far beyond your wildest dreams. Find out how galaxies formed, how fast they're flying and what happens when they collide! And with plenty of activities included along the way, you can try making a universe balloon or swirling up your own galaxies in a cup. You'll soon discover The Universe Rocks!

About the Author

RAMAN PRINJA has written several successful general-interest books on astronomy and is keen to bring the subject of astronomy to a wider audience. He was shortlisted for the Royal Society Young People Book Prize 2015.

He is currently Professor of Astrophysics at University College London. Raman is the author of Science Crazy, which won the Children's Choice School Library Association Information Book Award 2013 for the category 7-12 year olds and has been awarded the Pol and Christiane Swings research prize by the Royal Academy of Belgium and the UCL Faculty Teacher Award.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 7


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Publication date

1st December 2012



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