The Manga Guide to the Universe

The Manga Guide to the Universe Join Kanna Kanta Yamane and Gloria in The Manga Guide to the Universe as they explore our solar system the Milky Way and faraway galaxies in search of the universe s greatest mysteries dark matte

  • Title: The Manga Guide to the Universe
  • Author: Kenji Ishikawa Kiyoshi Kawabata Verte Corp.
  • ISBN: 9781593272678
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Join Kanna, Kanta, Yamane, and Gloria in The Manga Guide to the Universe as they explore our solar system, the Milky Way, and faraway galaxies in search of the universe s greatest mysteries dark matter, cosmic expansion, and the Big Bang itself.As you rocket across the night sky, you ll become acquainted with modern astronomy and astrophysics, as well as the classical disJoin Kanna, Kanta, Yamane, and Gloria in The Manga Guide to the Universe as they explore our solar system, the Milky Way, and faraway galaxies in search of the universe s greatest mysteries dark matter, cosmic expansion, and the Big Bang itself.As you rocket across the night sky, you ll become acquainted with modern astronomy and astrophysics, as well as the classical discoveries and theories on which they re built You ll even learn why some scientists believe finding extraterrestrial life is inevitable You ll also learn about Discoveries made by Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Hubble, and other seminal astronomersTheories of the universe s origins, evolution, and geometryThe ways you can measure and observe heavenly bodies with different telescopes, and how astronomers calculate distances in spaceStellar classifications and how the temperature, size, and magnitude of a star are relatedCosmic background radiation, what the WMAP satellite discovered, and scientists predictions for the future of the universeSo dust off your flight suit and take a fantastic voyage through the cosmos in The Manga Guide to the Universe.

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    1. Kenji Ishikawa Kiyoshi Kawabata Verte Corp. Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Manga Guide to the Universe book, this is one of the most wanted Kenji Ishikawa Kiyoshi Kawabata Verte Corp. author readers around the world.

    2. The Manga Guide to the Universe is another offering in The Manga Guide to . . this time focusing on modern astronomy. And this is not astronomy as in star watching, this is astronomy as in modern physics. It tries to get across the fact that science is about answering questions through reason and data. But with cosmology as the subject, the plot is more obviously contrived than others in this series, and in this case may be too distracting to achieve its purpose.Reading The Manga Guide reminded [...]

    3. I love this series so much for it's simple clarity and because the stories introduce the material in such a way that it's easier to visualize and understand. In this one, 3 students need to put on a play to avoid losing their drama club. They decide to do the Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, an ancient story about a bamboo cutter who finds a child in bamboo, the child is from the moon. Talking about it, they realize that they need to know a lot more about space so they can update the story and make it [...]

    4. Beh, decisamente meglio degli altri che ho letto. Ci sono meno formule e quindi il mio cervello non è andato in tilt. Però è ricco di contenuti e dà molto da pensare.La storia manga è praticamente inesistente. Allo stesso tempo, tra i tre che ho letto, questo è quello che ha maggiori rimandi alla cultura giapponese. Kagura-Hyme, la festa di Tanabata, il Tanuki. Questa cosa che son sempre le ragazze ad avere bisogno di aiuto da personaggi di sesso maschile comincia ad irritarmi. Ci sarà ma [...]

    5. This is a fairly enjoyable manga book that aims to teach the scientific principles about our universe to a wide audience. As I said in my full Manga Guide to the Universe review over at the About Physics website, I'm not a huge fan of manga, and I found the fictional storyline to be fairly contrived and unengaging but the science is spot on, and for a person who enjoys manga, then I think it would be quite a good way of making the scientific concepts accessible.

    6. Once again, the "Manga Guide to" series failed to disappoint. I was mesmerized by the fantastic content and sat for hours endulging in it's rewarding adventures. Exellenet graphics as well as story line. The common high school student would most likeyl obtain a plethora of advice from the text capable of being used for projects and reports. I read it for pure entertainment but can pour facts like a fountain thanks to the read. There is simply no contest for this novel.

    7. This was a fun and worthwhile read, despite being a hybrid between a text-book and a manga. Or rather, in spite of being one. There's enough information here to satisfy the majority of astronomy fans and to help the majority of high-school/college astronomy students, and just enough of a story to satisfy manga fans too. Overall, it's a fun read if you're a fan of both.

    8. Read this as part of a piece I'm doing on recent science books. It's a manga and an easy-to-read textbook about the universe! As a manga, it gets a little tough, but as a textbook it is a delight. Ice on Mercury? Who knew!

    9. Solid astronomy and cosmology book, although less of it is explained in the comics/manga format that I would have liked. Basically a very good science education book with occasional manga interludes.

    10. Ignoring the frivolous story line, this book is good for helping to visualize simple astronomical concepts but doesn't really help with complex topics.

    11. I liked the book a lot, but I didn't like the subjects they were focusing on in it. Otherwise it was pretty good. There are better aspects of astronomy to read about.

    12. Più che astronomia, ormai si parla di cosmologia, una disciplina scientifica ai limiti della filosofia. Molto testo e poco fumetto, ma mi sembra necessario. Argomenti affascinanti direi ben trattati.

    13. I really enjoyed reading this :) the story isn't really special but It was really simplified that even someone like me with no background about physics or astronomy could understand it ^^

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