Cosmic Cat

Besides the 42 pages of artwork in the Cosmic Cat story itself, the ebook contains many supplements with animations, much more artwork, and original photographs of celestial objects.

From the Story
From the Supplements

Did you ever have fun with telescopes as a child? Do you have a child who might like one?
The phases of the Moon can appear confusing and even random, but it's really a simple, predictable monthly cycle.

Maria and her strange little friend see many beautiful things in the sky, including the Aurora Borealis. An animated presentation helps you figure out that complicated-looking new telescope mount.

Maria might be taking space exploration a little too far. Just how much trouble is she in?
Black holes are not the easiest things in the universe to figure out, but Cosmic Cat can help get you started.

Who knows what might happen when you turn a mysterious blue kitten loose in the universe?
What can you expect to see with a nice little telescope? See some specimens from the cosmic zoo.

Full list of the major topics covered in the Cosmic Cat supplements:
  • The Aurora Borealis
  • Black Holes
  • The Planet Saturn
  • Galaxies
  • Light Pollution
  • Telescope Designs
  • Telescope Mounts
  • Meteors
  • The Milky Way
  • Moon Phases
  • Sky Targets

All copyright by Joe Bergeron.

Cosmic Cat