Enter the museum, no ticket needed. View the stars, the night sky, a solar system of planets, or a galaxy, each contained in a series of oversized galleries full of intricate line drawings whose subtle coloration is set against the inky darkness of space. The book is informative and has a whimsical edge. Constellations, nebulae, and the inconceivable vastness of the universe take shape in its mesmerizing mix of facts and fantastical images.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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