Stargazing: Photographs of the Night Sky from the Archives of NASA is a photographic collection of the night sky's most extraordinary phenomena.
These images from the archives of NASA reveal stunning photos of the cosmos, from radiant aurora borealis to awe-inspiring lunar eclipses.
Complete with a preface by Bill Nye, this collection of photographs perfectly captures the wonder of looking up at the night sky.
• Each breathtaking photo is paired with an informative caption about the scientific phenomena it reveals and the technology used to capture it • Beautiful on display on the coffee table • A go-to gift for both serious and casual stargazers
This collection of photographs illuminates the darkness of space in a whole new way.
Blending art and science, the magnificent images of Stargazing captures the imagination of anyone interested in astronomy, travel, photography, and space exploration.
• The only book from NASA that focuses solely on the night sky • A perfect gift for space lovers, stargazers, science geeks, scientists, parents, students, recent graduates, photographers and photography lovers, and NASA fans • Great for those who loved Earth and Space: Photographs from the Archives of NASA by Nirmala Nataraj, Infinite Wonder: An Astronaut's Photographs from a Year in Space by Scott Kelly, and The Hubble Cosmos: 25 Years of New Vistas in Space by David H. Devorkin and Robert W. Smith
About the Author
Nirmala Nataraj is a writer based in New York.
Bill Nye (the Science Guy) is a science educator, actor, writer, and the host of Bill Nye Saves the World. He lives in Los Angeles.