|Published:||April 1st 2019||Pages:||32|
The mysteries of space have intrigued us since ancient times. Early observers named the constellations as a way to keep track of the starry patterns in the night sky. Through the years, astronomers discovered planets, moons, and many other objects. As technology improved, the dream of physically exploring space became reality, and space shuttles blasted into the world above our heads. Where will we go next?
James Carter is an award-winning poet, as well as a non-fiction and educational writer. James travels with his guitar and keyboard, to give lively poetry and musical performances and workshops. He lives with his three guitars, two daughters, and one wife. Aaron Cushley is an illustrator and doodler of dogs. Originally from Belfast, he studied Illustration and graphic design at the University of Ulster's Belfast School of Art and Design. He takes inspiration from the innocence and creativity of his inner child and also his love of dogs.