How much do I want to read more? 6/10

Illustrations look great, and the Universe is an interesting topic.
After reading a few pages, it looks "scientific" but the vulgarization doesn't look so great. To explain Einstein's theory of relativity for example.
The book is huge, and I guess there are some useful piece of informations / good illustrations to pick here and there. It just takes time.

What Is the Universe?

The universe is everything that exists, from the smallest particles to the largest ones together with all matter and energy.

The universe is everything that visible and invisible things, such as dark literally determine the density of all of are asking—the question that concerns
exists, from the smallest particles to the largest ones, together with all matter and energy.

X-Ray of the Cosmos

for many years, astronomers thought that the Milky Way, where the Earth is located, constituted the entire universe.

The Transparent Universe

The visible objects in the cosmos represent only a small fraction of the total matter within the universe. Most of it is invisible even to the most powerful telescopes. Galaxies and their stars move as they do because of the gravitational forces exerted by this material, which astronomers call dark matter.