Cycles of fire: stars, galaxies, and the wonder of deep space

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Workman Pub., 1987 - Science - 189 pages
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A stunningly illustrated guide to the stars with photographs, charts, and more than 100 paintings.

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A Word from the Author
10
How Stars Work
18
How Stars Form 2 4
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William K. Hartmann, first winner of the Carl Sagan Medal, is the author of the novel Mars "Underground "and many highly regarded popular and academic scientific works; his photo-essay book," Desert Heart," is a hauntingly beautiful testament to the Southwest he loves. A planetary scientist, he lives in Tucson, Arizona.

Miller reports about conflict and culture in the American Southwest and Latin America. He has lectured often about the border in United States and Mexico, and he has taught writing to students from grade school to college in both countries.

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