What Keeps the Moon in the Sky

A very special foray into our cosmic companion

Michael Büker


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  • Bulls eye for the anniversary: 50 years moon landing
  • In-depth, entertaining reading material meets clever sketch notes
241x171x17mm (LxWxH)
Cover/Layout 5 colour drawings, 116 bw-drawings
Pages: 128
EAN: 9783440160268
Art.-No.: 16026
50 years moon landing – that raises some questions: What is the moon really made of? How did it arise and what keeps it in the sky? You learn from this book what you had always wanted to know about the earth’s satellite – and remember it, too! That’s because the unique concept of sketch notes – visual notes – connects text and image in a creative and informative manner. Tanja Wehr’s individual works of art not only summarize what you’ve read, but also visualize it so intelligently that the content is etched into your memory all by itself.

About the author

Michael Büker

Michael Büker is a physicist and book author. In 2014, he won the audience award at the international FameLab competition for science communication. Art historian Tanja Wehr is a freelance graphic artist, sketch note artist and graphic recorder. She offers strategic consulting for companies and ...
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