The invisible universe…

The Invisible Universe. From the discovery of entirely new kinds of galaxies to the incomprehensible cosmic history, Bothwell shows us the invincible Universe as we’ve never seen before. We have always gazed in awe at the stars. But, for all it’s beauty, majesty & wonder, when we look with just our eyes, we are appreciating only a tiny fraction of the limitless Universe.

What does the cosmos have in store for us beyond the phenomena we can see, from the black holes to supernovas? How different does the invisible Universe look from the home we thought we knew? Dr Matt Bothwell takes us on a beautiful journey through the full spectrum of light & beyond, revealing what we have learned about the mystery of the Universe. An incredible guide to the unbelievable cosmic secrets & realities that we just can’t see – the Universe that is hidden, right before our eyes. A fascinating tour through our inconceivable & invisible Universe. Awe-inspiring.

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A man on the moon…

A Man On The Moon. When astronauts Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin took their ‘giant leap for mankind’ across an unbelievable lunar landscape, their voyage was watched in awe by over 600 million people on Earth, 240,000 miles away. Drawing on incredible interviews with the astronauts, engineers, NASA & the mission personnel, a beautiful story of one of the 20th century’s greatest human achievement through the eyes of those who were actually there.

Exclusive facts from the tragedy of the fire in Apollo 1 during a simulated launch, Apollo 8’s bold pioneering flight around the moon, the euphoria of the first moon-walk & the discoveries made by scientists on the moon aboard Apollo 17. An extraordinary book on the fascination with space, it’s limitless boundaries & experiences. Impressive & illuminating. Inspires to make the impossible possible.

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The crescent moon…

The Crescent Moon Book of Nature Poetry. An incredible anthology of great nature poems by the British poets, including the pastorals of William Shakespeare, Sir Walter Raleigh & Michael Drayton, along with the classics of nature mysticism by Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, James Thomson & William Blake. In nature poetry, whether of the mediaeval epoch or of the contemporary poets, notions like playfulness & paradise fuse. The love of nature is unabated in the poems of Shelley, Browning, Wordsworth & Hardy. Beautiful & passionate poetry.

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