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Sky Forever Rushing

SOMEONE standing at the equator on the surface of the Earth is travelling
in the direction that we call east at the rate of about 1600 kilometres per hour.
Along with the moon, our planet is ploughing through space around the sun at a speed of more than 100,000 kilometres per hour. As well as this, our whole solar system, with all its planets, satellites, comets and attendant debris are wheeling around the centre of the Milky Way galaxy at nearly 1 million kilometres per hour. And this is not the end of it. Perhaps not by a very long way. We tumble through space, like it or not. This book is a stand-alone chapter extracted
from the book turn.


Handmade, archival digital prints on translucent paper, hard-covered
concertina-bound, limited-edition book.
19cmsW x 29cmsH, 12pp.

 Cover of Sky Forever Rushing
Concertina book Sky Forever Rushing
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