ô What's It Like in Space?: Stories from Astronauts Who've Been There ✓ Download by î Ariel Waldman

ô What's It Like in Space?: Stories from Astronauts Who've Been There ✓ Download by î Ariel Waldman I bought this book for my geek boyfriend as a gift and he liked it very much Good stuff yeah Ein sehr tolles Buch, liebevoll gestaltet und mit witzigen und gleichsam spannenden Fakten versehen.
Ein Muss f r alle, die sich f r das Thema Raumfahrt interessieren.
Nichts Wissenschaftliches, aber eben ein sehr tolles Buch zum schmunzeln What a lovely book Brilliant concept and artwork with lots of funny, crazy facts about what it s like in space Something we ve been talking about a lot in our house as we follow Tim Peak s 6 month stay up in the stars which has inspired my daughter to be a Space Scientist It s book that is equally engaging for both of us to read together.
This will be my go to present for a fair few birthdays to come.
Beautiful artwork and great content My kids loved it as much as I do, some particularly funny bits had them in stitches My 6 year old loved it so much he took it into school for show and tell so he could tell his school friends all about fart propulsion Awesome Ricco di aneddoti riguardo gli aspetti pi buffi della vita nello spazio, una lettura rapida e appassionanteUn acquisto consigliato

This isn t a detailed book that covers any topic in depth Instead you ll find a page on each subject with just a couple of teaser paragraphs and a quirky illustration that fills the opposing page An easy read but nowhere near as satisfying as Mary Roach s book, Packing for Mars.
Looks like a book with compelling stories but it is not a all Nothing intellectual or compelling Like a child s book total waste of money C est un livre tr s amusant, sympathique et qui raconte de fa on tr s intime les d tails du jour jour de la vie dans l espace.
Je l ai commenc hier soir et je n ai pas pu m arr ter jusqu ce que je suis arriv la derni re page.
M me si c est en Anglais, il ne faut pas h siter, c est crit dans un langage clair et simple.
It s an interesting bunch of snippets but, at less than an hour s read, hardly the collection of lengthy interviews I imagined from the review I found on Flipboard Not worth 6.
71, when you consider you could buy a whole magazine for 3.
50 This is like an article in said magazine Interesting enough for what it is though.
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They Really Do Leave You With A Sense Of What It Must Be Like To Float Miles Above Earth Entertainment WeeklyEveryone Wonders What It S Really Like In Space, But Very Few Of Us Have Ever Had The Chance To Experience It Firsthand This Captivating Illustrated Collection Brings Together Stories From Dozens Of International Astronautsmen And Women Who Ve Actually Been Therewho Have Returned With Accounts Of The Sometimes Weird, Often Funny, And Awe Inspiring Sensations And Realities Of Being In Space With Playful Artwork Accompanying Each, Here Are The Real Stories Behind Backwards Dreams, Moon Face, The Tricks Of Sleeping In Zero Gravity And Aiming Your Sneeze During A Spacewalk, The Importance Of Packing Hot Sauce, And Dozens Of Other Cosmic Quirks And Amazements That Come With Travel In And Beyond Low Earth OrbitNote This Ebook Has Been Optimized For Color Devices A Delightful Mini Coffee Table Book About All The Awkward And Beautiful Moments You Can Have In Space, Based On Dozens Of Interviews With People Who Have Actually Been There If You Re Looking For A Fun read About Life Outside The Gravity Well, Check Out What S It Like In Space Ars TechnicaIncluded InRecommended Space books For Kids Of All Ages List PlanetaryHoliday Gift Pick From Remembering To Pack Hot Sauce To Knowing How To Sleep In Zero Gravity, The Book Gives Readers The Chance To Know What It S Like To Live In Space For A While USA TodayHoliday Gift Guide Pick BoingBoingFor Most Of Us, The Frame Of Reference About Space We Have Is Limited To Movies And TV But With What S It Like In Space Stories From Astronauts Who Ve Been There, We Have An Opportunity To Gain Access To Some Specific Facts About Space From Dozens Of International Astronauts The Stories Range From Hilarious To Inspirational And Each One Comes With A Fun Illustration As Well Hear From Astronauts About Quirky Things Like Backwards Dreams, The Tricks Of Sleeping In Zero Gravity, Andhow In Space No One Can Hear You Burp Great Conversation Fodder For Space Junkies That Should Help Satisfy Some Of Our Many Curiosities UncrateA This Charmingly Illustrated Book Is Much Meatier Than Its Diminutive Size Would Suggest Through Interviews With Astronauts, Waldman Distills The Space Experience To Its Very Essence Every Drawing Is Accompanied By A Fact, Often Explained In An Astronaut S Words Did You Know That Space Smells Like Fried Steak Or That Some Astronauts Can Tell What Part Of The World They Re Flying Over By The Light Reflected Into The Cabin A Few Of The Observations read Like Poetry Sally Ride, Describing What It S Like To Watch Lightning Storms From Above, Says, Sometimes It Looks Like A Transcontinental Brigade Is Tossing Fireworks From Cloud To Cloud, And Chris Hadfield Remembers A Space Walk As The Pouring Glory Of The World Roaring By These Snippets Are So Clear, So Beautifully Curated, That They Really Do Leave You With A Sense Of What It Must Be Like To Float Miles Above Earth Entertainment WeeklyEveryone Wonders What It S Really Like In Space, But Very Few Of Us Have Ever Had The Chance To Experience It Firsthand This Captivating Illustrated Collection Brings Together Stories From Dozens Of International Astronautsmen And Women Who Ve Actually Been Therewho Have Returned With Accounts Of The Sometimes Weird, Often Funny, And Awe Inspiring Sensations And Realities Of Being In Space With Playful Artwork Accompanying Each, Here Are The Real Stories Behind Backwards Dreams, Moon Face, The Tricks Of Sleeping In Zero Gravity And Aiming Your Sneeze During A Spacewalk, The Importance Of Packing Hot Sauce, And Dozens Of Other Cosmic Quirks And Amazements That Come With Travel In And Beyond Low Earth OrbitNote This Ebook Has Been Optimized For Color Devices