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5 Books To Teach You All We Know About Space

Learn all that the human race knows about the Final Frontier so far.

Space, the final frontier, where few men have ever gone and so many aspire to conquer. We might have put a man on the moon but we are vastly far from understanding anything much about that mysterious, seemingly infinite environment we call Space.

The little we know are things of wonder that show us that the rules that apply here on Earth are thrown out the window in outer space, it is a truly fascinating thing to learn about the unknown, you can do it yourself with these books about Space.

#1 The Little Spacecraft by Dr. Mom

The Little Spacecraft by Dr. Mom
The Little Spacecraft by Dr. Mom

Book recommendation by Dr. Mom from StellarNova

This colorful and engaging children’s book (for ages 3+) tells the story of Berrie, a little spacecraft with a big dream: She wants to fly to the moon! But the other toys don’t believe someone so small can complete such a big, important mission.

Through easy-to-understand language, Berrie explains how each of her tools work and how they will help her on her mission. Children love Berrie and her inspiring story, which not only gets them excited about aerospace engineering and space exploration, but also teaches them the lesson that little people can do big things!

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#2 Losing The Nobel Prize by Brian Keating

Losing The Nobel Prize by Brian Keating
Losing The Nobel Prize by Brian Keating

Book recommendation by Mr. Rithvik Musuku from Advancing Science Worldwide

In this book, Brian Keating describes an amazing astronomical discovery, one about the spark that started the Big Bang. This discovery created a lot of scientific drama but in the end, Keating, although his discovery was amazing, did not receive a Nobel Prize.

I found this book interesting because Keating argues against the Nobel Prize and suggests reform to better encourage cosmological discovery whereas most people just accept the Nobel Prize as one of the top honors any scientist can receive and do not think about why it may need reform.

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#3 A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking

A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking
A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking

Book recommendation by Artie Shlykov from Wild Apricot

Written by a world renowned physicist, a Briefer History of Time explains everything we currently know about our universe with terms the average person can understand.

Unlike Stephen Hawking’s first book (Brief History of Time), the second book cuts out confusing formulas and only focuses on theory and application. Stephen’s writing style captures your attention through wit, brilliance and perspective while constantly making readers reflect on reality; we’re all just monkeys floating on a rock in vast, never-ending space.

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#4 Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson

Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson
Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson

Book recommendation by Nick Brickles from BrickMedia

This book takes the complexity of space and makes it understandable for the average joe. Tyson has a way of taking abstract/complicated concepts and making them easily digestible. In my opinion, it is worth the effort to better understand the world/universe that we live in and this book helps to do just that. Tyson makes science cool! Definitely recommend this book.

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#5 View From Above by Terry Virts

View From Above by Terry Virts
View From Above by Terry Virts

Book recommendation by Meredith Emmanuel from Emmanuel Bates Communications

Very few people get to experience seeing the world from outer space and no one has taken as many pictures of Earth from above as Astronaut Terry Virts. With thousands of mesmerizing images, View From Above provides a much-needed window on our home planet.

It is a great piece to spark conversation and inspiration. Terry’s first-hand account of his journeys beyond our atmosphere is witty, heartwarming and profound. An absolute must-have for anyone with a love of space, photography and science.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

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Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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