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Astronomy from Space: Sputnik to Space Telescope

James Cornell, Paul Gorenstein - Space astronomy. - 1983 - 248 pages
Describes what space probes have taught us about the inner and outer planets, discusses x-ray astronomy, the space telescope, and artificial satellites, and looks at how ...
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Lost lands and forgotten people

James Cornell - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1978 - 224 pages
Author explores the ruins of vanished civilizations, and examines a few of the unanswered questions of human culture.
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Revealing the universe: prediction and proof in astronomy

James Cornell, Alan P. Lightman - Science - 1982 - 246 pages
Contributors include Owen Gingerich, Kenneth Bracher, Robert F. C. Vessot, Fred L. Whipple, Fred Franklin, Robert W. Noyes, Robert Rosner, Harvey Tananbaum, Alan P. Lightman ...
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The great international disaster book

James Cornell - History - 1982 - 472 pages
A comprehensive catalog of world catastrophes lists and describes such calamities as the destruction of Pompeii, the eruption of Mount St. Helens, and many more, and discusses ...
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Claude LÚvi-Strauss: the anthropologist as hero

Eugene Nelson Hayes, Tanya Hayes - Social Science - 1970 - 264 pages
The popularity of Levi-Strauss, in the words of the editors of this collection of current essays and reviews, resides "in his seeming rejection of history and humanism, in his ...
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