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The Cosmic Web: Mysterious Architecture of the Universe

by J. Richard Gott

J. Richard Gott was among the first cosmologists to propose that the structure of our universe is like a sponge made up of clusters of galaxies intricately connected by filaments of galaxies—a magnificent...


How Do You Find an Exoplanet?

by John Asher Johnson

Alien worlds have long been a staple of science fiction. But today, thanks to modern astronomical instrumentation and the achievements of many enterprising observational astronomers, the existence of planets...


On the Heavens: With linked Table of Contents

by Aristotle

THE science which has to do with nature clearly concerns itself for the most part with bodies and magnitudes and their properties and movements, but also with the principles of this sort of substance, as many...


Illustrated Guide to Astronomical Wonders: From Novice to Master Observer

by Robert Bruce Thompson & Barbara Fritchman Thompson

With the advent of inexpensive, high-power telescopes priced at under $250, amateur astronomy is now within the reach of anyone, and this is the ideal book to get you started. The Illustrated Guide to Astronomical...


The 10th Demon: Children of the Bloodstone

by Bruce Hennigan

 Evil Reigns From the Skies! Jonathan Steel is a man with no past who is destined to spend his future hunting down the most powerful demons on Earth. The forces of evil now dominate the heavens with the arrival...


Kepler and the Universe: How One Man Revolutionized Astronomy

by David K. Love

A contemporary of Galileo and a forerunner of Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) was a pioneering German scientist and a pivotal figure in the history of astronomy. This colorful, well-researched biography...


Basic Chemometric Techniques in Atomic Spectroscopy

by Neil Barnett & Jose Andrade-Garda

This practical introduction is the first to present the principles of experimental designs, optimization and multivariate regression for atomic spectroscopists.


Stories in the Stars: An Atlas of Constellations

by Susanna Hislop & Hannah Waldron

A beautifully illustrated Penguin Hardcover that invites readers to travel the night sky and discover the universe of stories in the stars

 

To those who can decipher it, the night sky is alive with gods and...


Searching for the Oldest Stars: Ancient Relics from the Early Universe

by Anna Frebel

Astronomers study the oldest observable stars in the universe in much the same way that archaeologists study ancient artifacts on Earth. Here, Anna Frebel—who is credited with discovering several of the oldest...


Moons: A Very Short Introduction

by David A. Rothery

Proving to be both varied and fascinating, moons are far more common than planets in our Solar System. Our own Moon has had a profound influence on Earth, not only through tidal effects, but even on the behaviour...


Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs

by Lisa Randall

Bestselling author of Warped Passages and Knocking on Heaven's Door and one of today's most influential and highly cited theo-retical physicists, Professor Lisa Randall once again effortlessly delivers fascinating...


Breaking the Chains of Gravity

by Amy Shira Teitel

NASA's history is a familiar story, one that typically peaks with Neil Armstrong taking his small step on the Moon in 1969. But America's space agency wasn't created in a vacuum. It was assembled from pre-existing...


The Intimate Universe: How the stars are closer than you think

by Marek Kukula

The scale of the cosmos can be baffling, with distances so vast and timescales to long that it's easy to dismiss them as being completely divorced from our everyday life. But in this new book Dr Marek Kukula,...


Kepler and the Universe: How One Man Revolutionized Astronomy

by David K. Love

A contemporary of Galileo and a forerunner of Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) was a pioneering German scientist and a pivotal figure in the history of astronomy. This colorful, well-researched biography...


Time Travel in Einstein's Universe: The Physical Possibilities of Travel Through Time

by J. Richard Gott

In this fascinating book, the renowned astrophysicist J. Richard Gott leads time travel out of the world of H. G. Wells and into the realm of scientific possibility.  Notable not only for its extraordinary...


Astronomy in Minutes

by Giles Sparrow

What happens when a star dies? How many asteroids are in our solar system? Can galaxies collide? What is dark energy? Astronomy in Minutes answers all these questions and more as it condenses 200 key concepts...


Earth and Space: Photographs from the Archives of NASA

by Nirmala Nataraj, Bill Nye & NASA

Take a tour of the universe with this breathtaking collection of photographs from the archives of NASA. Astonishing images of Earth from above, the phenomena of our solar system, and the celestial bodies of...


Achilles In the Quantum Universe

by Richard Morris

Centuries ago, when the ancient philosopher Zeno proposedhis famous paradox involving Achilles and the Tortoise, he struck at the heart of one of science's most enduring and intractable problems: How do we define...


How We'll Live on Mars

by Stephen Petranek

Award-winning journalist Stephen Petranek says humans will live on Mars by 2027. Now he makes the case that living on Mars is not just plausible, but inevitable.

It sounds like science fiction, but Stephen Petranek...


Tensors, Relativity, and Cosmology

by Mirjana Dalarsson & Nils Dalarsson

Tensors, Relativity, and Cosmology, Second Edition, combines relativity, astrophysics, and cosmology in a single volume, providing a simplified introduction to each subject that is followed by detailed mathematical...