Heaven and Earth: Unseen by the Naked Eye

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Phaidon Press, Mar 19, 2007 - Photography - 384 pages
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Now available in an affordable paperback edition, Heaven and Earthcharts an awe-inspiring voyage of discovery through the infinite world of science - from the smallest particles on the Earth's surface to tiny dots in galaxies that are light years away. Featuring the extensive range of matter contained in the cosmos, the book navigates an unfamiliar world and celebrates the beauty and boundless mysteries of planet Earth and the universe. These beautiful photographs are presented in sequence according to scale and distance within distant chapters, and are accompanied by extended captions.

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About the author (2007)

David Malin was formerly Photographic Scientist at the Anglo-Australian Observatory, New South Wales and currently Adjunct Professor of Scientific Photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Winner of the prestigious Lennart Nilsson prize, his pioneering photographs of space have revolutionized our knowledge and understanding of the universe.

Katherine Roucoux is a freelance science writer and a Research Fellow at the University of Leeds.

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