101 Facts You Didn't Know About Space

Mark Thompson

Did you know a compost heap generates as much energy as the Sun? Or that dung beetles use the Milky Way to navigate? Maybe you have not been into space but if you have then you will know that astronauts have feet as soft as babies! 101 Space Facts You Didn't Know takes you on a wild journey around the Universe bringing you facts galore.
Date Published :
May 2020
Publisher :
White Owl
Language:
English
Illustration :
100 color & black and white illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781526744579
Pages : 288
Dimensions : 9.5 X 6.5 inches
-
+
Not Yet Published. Available for Pre-Order
$42.95

Overview
-

Did you know a compost heap generates as much energy as the Sun? Or that dung beetles use the Milky Way to navigate? Maybe you have not been into space but if you have then you will know that astronauts have feet as soft as babies! 101 Space Facts You Didn’t Know takes you on a wild journey around the Universe bringing you facts galore. Whether you are a space enthusiast or a newcomer you will find plenty of facts in here to keep you amused and entertained.

About The Author
-

Mark is an astronomer, broadcaster, author and all round science fan. At the age of ten he saw Saturn through a telescope which ignited a passion inside him, a passion that has grown steadily ever since. Since those early days, Mark has inspire millions of viewers to get out and enjoy the night sky through his role as a presenter on the RTS nominated show BBC Stargazing LIVE. His passion for reaching out to a new audience has found him working on The One Show, the Alan Titchmarsh Show, This Morning and more recently Good Morning Britain. He is also a regular face on BBC Breakfast and Five News and a regular voice on Radio Five Live.When not working on TV or Radio shows, he is most likely to be writing about it having published four books with five more due for publication in 2019 or performing his sell out theatre show “Spectacular Science” at theatres up and down the country.In 2018 his local university, the University of East Anglia awarded Mark an honorary doctorate for his work in science outreach.

More from this publisher