A journey through time: exploring the universe with the Hubble Space Telescope

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Penguin Studio, Nov 12, 1995 - Political Science - 232 pages
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With a resolution more than ten times sharper than any telescope on Earth, the Hubble Space Telescope has seen more than 72 sextillion miles into the universe into events that took place more than 12 billion years ago. This spectacular collection of more than 200 color photos taken through Hubble presents a stupendous view of the universe.

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Barbree, coauthor of Moonshot (LJ 4/15/94) and a TV space journalist, and science fiction novelist Caidin survey the universe as seen by modern astronomers. Their prose is lush, and the color ... Read full review

Contents

First Light
7
Splendor Solis
11
Inner Circle
25
Copyright

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