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A Traveler's Guide to Spacetime: An Introduction to the Special Theory of Relativity

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Presents a supplement providing an introduction to topics in special relativity. This work is intended for a general physics class, or advanced course in special relativity.
Paperback, 223 pages
Published March 1st 1995 by McGraw-Hill (first published 1995)
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I only read the half of the book that applied to my physics homework, but thought this book definitely made a lot more sense than any of my professor's lectures did >.>
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Thomas A. Moore is Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Pomona College, in Claremont, California, USA.

Moore is a theoretical astrophysicist who has done most of his published research on the generation and detection of gravitational waves. Currently, he is working to better understand what space-based gravitational wave detectors should expect to see and what they mig
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