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One Universe: At Home in the Cosmos

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A new window opens onto the cosmos...

Almost every day we are challenged by new information from the outermost reaches of space. Using straightforward language, One Universe explores the physical principles that govern the workings of our own world so that we can appreciate how they operate in the cosmos around us. Bands of color in a sunlit crystal and the spectrum of star
Hardcover, 218 pages
Published December 20th 1999 by National Academy Press (first published December 17th 1999)
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Book changed my life and made me want to question why. God bless this man and all the work he does.
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NDT is my hero... good book!
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What a wonderful book. I can't decide if it is a coffee table book or a textbook? There are so many pictures involved that are stunning that anyone just sitting down to peruse through it would be fascinated for an hour or more. They would also find themselves learning about the universe, the Cosmos. That's because when you see the pictures you are just drawn to want to read the captions and learn what they are, then in turn you want to read the textbook portion to learn even more. The learning e ...more
Mar 08, 2010 Brie rated it liked it
I thought this book was well put together, and quite thorough over a range of topics. It doesn't go into great detail, but does do a good job of making the ideas understandable. The only knock against it is that its slightly dated (written in 2000). Neverthelesss, still a good informative read.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson was born and raised in New York City where he was educated in the public schools clear through his graduation from the Bronx High School of Science. Tyson went on to earn his BA in Physics from Harvard and his PhD in Astrophysics from Columbia.

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