About SpaceJo Salmson, illustrated by Axel Rator
The fiction writer Jo Salmson and the illustrator Axel Rator present exciting facts about space for inquiring new readers. In the newly launched series “Easy to read – Facts”
Join a fantastic journey into space among celestial bodies and galaxies.
Jo Salmson talks on a personal level about the conditions needed to spend time in space, about the earth and the stars on the Milky Way, but also about strange terms such as wormholes and dark materials.
What does space look like through NASA’s Hubble telescope and what do researchers think future space travellers will look like?
“Easy-to-read – Facts” provides exciting material for new readers, here with Axel Rator’s great illustrations and mind-blowing photos from space.
“When you look at the sky you see space and the universe.
You know that for sure.
But you actually see the universe when you look in the mirror too.
For you are a part of the universe.
You are made of the same substances that were created in the stars.”
Chinese (simpl.)/Love Reading