Do you want to go on a journey through space? Then all you have to do is look up at the night sky. What can you see?
This super-sized book of maps takes you on a space adventure from the stars to the solar system, and far beyond
Marvel at the constellations, and learn what their names and patterns mean to different cultures. Then venture farther out, past what the naked eye can see, and hop from planet to planet to explore Earth's celestial neighbors. Discover how humans have used rockets, probes, and telescopes to explore space-and even stop off at the International Space Station to visit the scientists working there
Let Space Maps take you on a tour through the universe, with its 24 maps, stunning illustrations, and amazing facts. Grab your telescope and get ready for the intergalactic journey of a lifetime
About the Author
Lara Albanese is a physicist with a MBA in Science and Technology of Matter. In addition to writing children's books, she teaches, writes scientific papers, and works with the Astrophysical Observatory of Arcetri, in Florence, Italy. Tommaso Vidus Rosin is an illustrator and graphic designer. He switches between illustration, graphics, and cartoons, and he's fond of calligraphy and lettering. He lives in Venice, Italy.