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The World's Easiest Astronomy Book

Popular Science
By: Hitoshi Nakagawa
120 pages, Drawings
Publisher: Once Peace Books
The World's Easiest Astronomy Book
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This is a wonderfully informative, entertaining, and above all, easy-to-understand guide to the mysteries of space and the universe. Can we live on the moon? Can we travel to the future? Why is the sky blue? These are questions most of us have pondered at one time or another, and they are just some of the questions answered in this super new book. "The World's Easiest Astronomy Book" informs readers about the often complex and difficult-to-comprehend subjects of space and the universe in an easy-to-understand narrative peppered with cartoon style drawings. If you ever wanted to know how the universe worked but didn't know where to start, then this insightful and entertaining book will be your perfect guide.

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Hitoshi Nakagawa is a former officer of Japan's Aerospace Exploration Agency. He Currently works as a teacher.
Popular Science
By: Hitoshi Nakagawa
120 pages, Drawings
Publisher: Once Peace Books
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