The world’s largest photo book has been revealed, and you won’t be able to stop reading it.
A book about the stars, planets, and other celestial bodies that make up the Milky Way galaxy has been released by National Geographic, and its contents are sure to wow even the most ardent of astrophysicists.
The star-filled photo book features over a hundred thousand images from NASA, the National Science Foundation, and the Hubble Space Telescope.
The books size is nearly three-hundred-and-twenty-four thousand words, which is just shy of three-quarters of the total amount of images in the Hubble catalogue.
These photos are in addition to the ones we’ve already seen in the movies Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
The book features many of the famous planets and stars that are featured in the original Star Wars trilogy, as well as in many other films, such as Star Trek and Star Wars Episode VII.
Star Trek’s USS Enterprise-D, which will feature prominently in the film, is also included in the book.
The first book in the series, titled The Search for Spock, is due out in 2019.
This is the third book in a series of six, and Star Trek: Discovery will follow in 2020.
These books cover the galaxy’s history and stars, from its earliest days in the universe to its current state as a star.
The title The Search For Spock is a nod to the original TV series, and while the series is based on real events, the book itself is inspired by the novel Spock was introduced to.
The author, John C. Reilly, is a lifelong Star Trek fan, and he has also written a novel called The Search, which focuses on the early years of the original series.