Title: People Astrology Busy
Original title: Astrophysics for People in A Make it quick
Author: Neil de Grazze Tyson
Print: First, October, 2018
In popular culture, more scientific-fiction films such as Star Wars and the Interstellar Series (2014) are inspired by science. In the book Theory of Everything (2014). She is a film about Einstein's television series Genius (2017) and finally Neil Am Armstrong First Man (2018). These images show interest in science, especially astronomy and astronomy.
However, the attraction of scientists often stops seeing in theaters. The society is very busy to spread the universe. They are reluctant to read thick science books or read scientific seminars. For this reason, an American astronomer Neil de Grace Tyson wrote the script writer in 2018. Tyson also placed a line of books. "Not all busy people have the time to read the hard books, but still search for channels to the universe."
This book provides the basic idea of great ideas and discoveries that support modern understanding of the universe. From the Big Bang the history invites readers to invite readers to search the life of the universe.
He reveals the power and beauty of the physical laws. Newton's discovery of an apple's gravity legislation from a single tree applies to the planets, asteroids, and comets around the sun (p. 13).
The book expresses the connection between the gravity and the mountain height. Objects around the universe are objects. The origin of the element's name on the periodic table, until the scientists see the invisible visuals, such as infrared, ultraviolet. Tyson wrote it in a lively language, but it was fun because of a lot of humor.
For example, discovery of invisible light, gamma race. He wrote, "Anyone who knows very science fiction, gamma rays are bad for people, people who are green and muscular or remove spider weeds from leopards" (p. 107).
The book discusses the possibility of other creatures on Earth. The first solar planets and planets that were thought to be similar to Earth were first discovered in 1995. The money that was found now went over three thousand. The universe is wide.
In the galaxy of galaxies alone, there are about 40 billion -based planets. That is, the planets that humans would like to visit one day (Tyson (page 131). Reliable, hard and hard is everything. Copernicus did not take into account the Earth's orbit around the Sun.
There are still many unknowns. Humans began to celebrate the universe. Readers of astronomy and astronomy help this book. This book is ideal for those who are not desperate to understand the universe on class, textbooks, or documentaries. An astrophysical book for busy people can be a fun and fun short introduction.
Mohamed Khambali, Director of UNJ Alumni