Brian May of Queen publishing his latest book

British rock group Queen in concert, from left to right; Freddie Mercury (Frederick Bulsara, 1946 – 1991), John Deacon, and Brian May. Original Publication: People Disc – HU0463 (Photo by Express Newspapers/Getty Images)

Brian May of Queen is publishing another book. Not only is he a rock god, he’s also a scientist. May has a Ph.D is astrophysics, and his own publishing company called London Stereoscopic Company. The guitarist has co-authored a number of books, and the latest is titled Mission Moon 3-D.

Written by Brian May and David J. Eicher, Mission Moon 3-D takes another look at the space race and the lunar landing. According to the MIT, the book “offers a new perspective on that historic accomplishment, telling the story of the lunar landing and the events that led up to it with text and 3-D images. A 3D viewer, designed by astrophysicist (and lead guitarist with the rock group Queen) Brian May is included with the book (MIT, 2018)”. Mission Moon 3-D also provides unique access to the lunar astronauts and what they saw.

Mission Moon 3-D by Brian May and David J. Eicher, is available October 2018.

May’s latest book comes out at the right time. Slated for release in October 2018, it gets a jump start on the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing.  Apollo 11 made history on July 20, 1969 and 2019 marks fifty years since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon.

For both Queen fans and space fans alike, Mission Moon 3-D is a definite book to own and will be available at a variety of booksellers including Barnes and Noble, and Amazon.






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