Traveler's Guide to the Galaxy 001 - Hazards of the Void
Perils Between the Stars!
Everyone knows that space is a dangerous place: there are strange alien species that don’t play well with others, space pirates and other ne’er do wells that chose a life in the stars to get away from the restrictions of society, and a whole lot more. But while much of the focus on the dangers of space travel tends to be on those you encounter, the cosmos is full of all kinds of strange anomalies and hazards that aren’t found planetside. This book presents information on a wide variety of dangers unique to the void of space, such as asteroids, black holes, electromagnetic storms, gravitational riptides, and even stellar explosions.
The Traveler’s Guide to the Galaxy series is devoted to bringing you the latest and greatest news from the fringes of the galaxy. Whether it’s reports of new alien civilizations that we’ve only just made contact with, or detailed profiles of flora and fauna from the corners of the galaxy, or gazetteers of whole new worlds just waiting to be explored, if you want to expand your horizons and chart a course for adventure, look no further than the Traveler’s Guide to the Galaxy.