Book Review: Discovery Spaceopedia: The Complete Guide to Everything Space by Discovery

Discovery Spaceopedia: The Complete Guide to Everything Space by Discovery. This book was created with Discovery Channel's leading space expert, Hakeem Oluseyi, and is filled with incredible facts, more than 400 full color NASA photos, and profiles of groundbreaking astronauts and scientists including Neil Armstrong, Edwin Hubble, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Readers will learn all about black holes, orbits, constellations and more with special features on the Curiosity and Rosetta Comet landings, and the current number of earth-like planets in the universe that may have intelligent life!

Discovery Spaceopedia is a comprehensive introduction to everything about our solar system, space travel, and all branches of science that relate to outer space. The illustrations, photographs, and facts  are all well organized and presented in a way that is understandable and interesting. I found that it was not necessarily new information, at least to me. I think older readers that have already explored other books about space and related sciences will have a similar reaction. It would make a good resources with all of the information in a single volume, or comprehensive starting point for interested readers. It is a well organized and informative text with pictures and tips that capture the interest and the imagination of readers. 

Discovery Spaceopedia is a comprehensive and interesting read. I think it will hold little new information for fans of the subject that have already done their research, but collects all the relevant information for reference in a single book. I think this would be a great resource for new fans to the subject matter, or for long time space fanatics that have been looking for a single book to cover their interest. 

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