"The Moon, like Earth and the other terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, and Mars), has a solid body, nearly spherical in shape. The Moon’s radius is about 1,738 kilometres (1,080 miles), only 0.2725 that of the equatorial radius of the Earth;"

"Lune. Corps céleste tournant autour de la Terre, et recevant la lumière du Soleil, qu’il reflète sur la Terre."

The volume contains 29 graphics with the phases of the moon as well as quotations from Italo Calvino, Norman Mailer, encyclopedias and non-fiction books. Illustrations, handset and letterpress: Peter Malutzki. Graphics printed with polymer-plates. Paper: Teton Text, 64 pages, linen-over-board cover. Lahnstein 1998.