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Space telescopes are among humankind’s greatest scientific achievements of the last fifty years. This book describes the instruments themselves and what they were designed to ...
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An introduction to Einstein's theory of relativity for nonscientists, this book takes into consideration many of the interesting possibilities that the theory suggests
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Along the way he examines the development of the most microscopic and the most immense aspects of our universe and the complex ways in which they interact."--Jacket.
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Takes a look at the beginning of the universe fifteen billion years ago and follows the creation step by step into the future
George Rhee - Science - 2013 - 279 pages
This book takes the reader on an exploration of the structure and evolution of our universe. The basis for our knowledge is the Big Bang theory of the expanding universe. This ...