Having previously released at least two astronomy books for the blind, NASA just unveiled “Getting a Feel for Lunar Craters,” a truly hands-on astro geology book.
You can download the text-only or audiobook version now or request a free copy from NASA.
From the book info page:
The book “Getting a Feel for Lunar Craters” was created with the NLSI and features tactile diagrams of the lunar surface designed to educate the blind and visually impaired about the wonders of Earth’s moon. David Hurd, a space science professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, Pa., is the book’s author. He and tactile engineer John Matelock began creating tactile astronomy tools after a student with a visual impairment signed up for Hurd’s introductory astronomy course.
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