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Join us for the Cosmic Clouds 3-D book launch

1 month ago   |   By Astronomy Now

Join us at 8pm BST for the launch of Cosmic Cloud 3-D, hosted by London's Science Museum. Featuring a breath-taking lenticular 3-D front cover, Cosmic Clouds 3-D takes you on a mesmerising journey that tells the story of the birth, death and recycling of stars in nebulae and the formation of the elements that make up our own planet and everything on it.
Brian May, Creative Director of Cosmic Clouds 3-D.
This unique book, written by leading astronomy writer David Eicher, is supported by explosive visuals of these clouds of dust and gas spanning unimaginable distances, brought to life in...
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