Companion to the Cosmos

by John Gribbin

Book review

Recent advances in astronomy have sparked an avalanche of new scientific data. In this A-to-Z encyclopedia, a renowned science writer explains how black holes, gravity, supernovas, and more fit into the scope of the universe and its origins. Biographical entries reveal the skill with which tireless scientists bring these discoveries to light, while a "Timelines" section presents cosmological discoveries alongside key dates in history. B&W illus.

PublisherLittle Brown and Company
Release date 01.06.2000
Pages count504
File size6.9 Mb
eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
Book rating4.38 (21 votes)

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