Steve Fesenmaier writes \"
A new book of majestic images taken by NASA\'s Hubble SpaceTelescope brings the wonders of our universe to the fingertips of the blind. Called \"Touch the Universe: A NASA Braille Book of Astronomy,\"the 64-page book presents color images of planets, nebulae, stars,and galaxies. Each image is embossed with lines, bumps, and other
textures. The raised patterns translate colors, shapes, and other intricate details of the cosmic objects, allowing visually impaired people
to feel what they cannot see. Braille and large-print descriptionsaccompany each of the book\'s 14 photographs, making the design of
this book accessible to readers of all visual abilities.
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