Alice and the Space Telescope

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Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989 - Science - 198 pages
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Lewis Carroll's Alice is the guide for a whimsical tour of the soon-to-be-launched Hubble Space Telescope, following the telescope from design through completion and speculating on what the powerful instrument will be able to see

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THIS IS THE COOLEST TEXT BOOK EVER TO BE FOUND AT A USED BOOK STORE. picture this: some astro-physicist dude re-writes "Alice in Wonderland", complete with original pictures (with some mild tweaking ... Read full review

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Malcolm Longair is Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge.

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