Really, Really Big Questions About Space and Time by Mark Brake

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Really Really Big Questions From Space and Time is an unusual and fun introduction to space science and astrophysics. It explores those massive, complicated, weird and often unanswered questions such as Does the Universe have a shape? What makes sunshine? Do stars explode? How do you build a time machine? and Do aliens look like me? Your head will spin – with knowledge!

 

About Mark Brake

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Professor Mark Brake is an author, broadcaster and communicator of science. He is an academic, based at the University of Glamorgan, UK, who writes popular science books. Mark has done science communication work in film, television and radio on five continents, including work with NASA, Seattle’s Science Fiction Museum, and the BBC.  Nishant Choksi is an exciting Brighton-based illustrator who has created artworks for the Guardian, The Independent, the Times, The Wall Street Journal, NewScientist and Vodafone. She most recently illustrated Really, Really Big Questions.
 
Published October 1, 2010 by Kingfisher. 64 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference, Science & Math.

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Big most of the questions may be in this companion to Stephen Law’s Really, Really Big Questions About Life, the Universe, and Everything (2009, also illustrated by Choksi), but too many of Brake’s answers barely qualify as placeholders.

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