Black Holes

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DK Pub., 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 45 pages
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Black holes are the most mysterious and misunderstood elements in the universe. Although no one has ever seen a black hole, Black Holes explains and depicts these mystifying objects. A recurring topic in the news, Black Holes offers the most recent information on this topic--complete with vivid reconstructions and illustrations of what it would be like to travel in a black hole. Full color.

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User Review  - Luis Flog - Goodreads

A really amazing book about black holes. I learn a lot with this book, is a simple text for the "young scientists", if you are one and like black holes stuff I recomend to you this good book! Read full review

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User Review  - allimo - Goodreads

The book that singlehandedly turned me into a second-grade future astrophysicist. Read full review

About the author (1996)

Heather Couper is an astrophysicist. She ran the Greenwich Planetarium, and was president of the British Astronomical Association and a professor of astronomy, and produced the TV programs "Universe" and "Electric Skies,"

Nigel Henbest is a consultant to both the Royal Greenwich Observatory and "New Scientist" magazine.

Arthur C. Clarke is among the world's most famous science fiction authors. His more than 70 books include "2001: A Space Odyssey,

Henbest is an internationally acclaimed writer and science broadcaster.

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