If you're interested in space, you're probably familiar with the stunning images from space telescopes such Hubble, Chandra, and Spitzer. A new book in Braille tries to make images from NASA space telescopes accessible to the visually impaired. We'll talk with one of the authors of the new 'Touch the Invisible Sky' book about the project, and about the challenges in presenting space images through the sense of touch. The book will be available to the public through a wide variety of sources, including the National Federation of the Blind, Library of Congress repositories, schools for the blind, libraries, museums, science centers and Ozone Publishing.
Produced by Charles Bergquist, Director and Contributing Producer