The new information will astound the public and will explain why we continue to research Andromeda to find the secrets of our origins.
Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) April 28, 2006
The Andromeda Galaxy: A Guide To The Universe was published today through the online content marketplace Lulu.com, the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books. The book was written to help fill the rising demand for information about our universe from the public as well as the over 250,000 amateur astronomers throughout America. Details of the history, size, location, assistance in finding and viewing our neighbor galaxy are provided along with the most complete collection of amateur photographs of Andromeda ever assembled. The book was written with the help of astronomers, scientists and researchers from universities around the world. Also, for the first time ever, a complete collection of photos revealing the entire electromagnetic spectrum of Andromeda and detailed drawings which illustrate all areas of the galaxy.
"Andromeda has been a continuing target of professional research by all kinds of astronomers for a number of years, but no one has put it all together in one place," says Craig. "The new information will astound the public and will explain why we continue to research Andromeda to find the secrets of our origins."
About Don Craig
Don Craig is a Purdue University graduate and has retired from the Indiana State Department of Health after 20 years of service. He practices his hobby of amateur astronomy in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is a member of the Indiana Astronomical Society, the Astronomical League, and the American Amateur Astronomers Association.