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Deep Space

Robert Harvey

Travelling from the edge of our Solar System, through the Milky Way and to the outer edges of the observable universe, Deep Space is a spectacular photographic guide to galaxies, nebulae, supernova and clusters. Learn about the birth of stars... Read moreRead less

Travelling from the edge of our Solar System, through the Milky Way and to the outer edges of the observable universe, Deep Space is a spectacular photographic guide to galaxies, nebulae, supernova and clusters. Learn about the birth of stars in our own galaxy, planets beyond our own solar system, when they were first discovered and how we have managed to photograph these places.
Ranging from the Magellanic Clouds within the Milky Way to stellar life cycles, from other spiral galaxies such as the Andromeda Galaxy, to the Sombrero Galaxy, and from nebulae such as the Pillars of Creation to black and white dwarfs, this is accessibly written for the general reader to grasp the science and magnitude of deep space.
Featuring 200 outstanding images, Deep Space is an exhilarating journey to the outermost reaches of the Universe.

Format: 213 x 290mm hb
Extent: 224pp
Word count: 18500
Illustrations: 200 photos
ISBN: 9781782749868

Robert Harvey

Robert Harvey BA ARPS EFIAP CENV CSCI MCIWEM is a Chartered Natural Scientist and an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society. He chases elusive astronomical phenomena around the world and leads landscape astrophotography tours and courses in Britain and overseas. He is author of Night Sky and is the founder of Natural World Photography, based in Wiltshire, UK.

ISBN: 9781782749868 hb

Also available in this series by the same author: Night Sky

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