El universo: Imagenes desde el telescopio Hubble
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El universo: Imagenes desde el telescopio Hubble

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Covering diverselocalessuch asthe world's oceans, the universe—as seen by the Hubble telescope—and the frozen landscapes of the world, this series of illustrated texts takes a closer look at some of the most arresting parts ofthe world and space. Featuringstunning photography and engaging facts and figures, these books bring theallure of nature and the skill of man togethe...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Edimat Libros (first published January 1st 2006)
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Aug 05, 2013 Paul rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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Scientists at the Cern headquarters in Geneva made a shock announcement today which is sure to have profound implications for all human life. They have discovered that most of the known universe is fake. Using their uniquely powerful large Hadron collider they have found that most of the sub-atomic particles which make up the fabric of existence were made in China. In a co-ordinated development, the authorities in three Chinese cities , Chongqing, Guangzhou...more
Elizabeth S
Pictures get 5 stars
Text gets 4 stars
General organization gets 2 stars
Details and editing get 0 stars

What a hard review to write. On the positive side, the photos and images were breathtaking. Much of the text was quite fascinating. The first 70ish pages covered a general history of astronomy, which I thought was quite well done. The rest of the book consists almost exclusively of fantastic images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, with accompanying captions.

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Natalie Pietro
This huge over sized book does not fit at all in my bookcases but who cares. It's so original and colorful. I love this book for the outstanding photos of outer space. The huge size helps really get you up close and personal with each star, planet, and astroid. Wonderful book even though it has to lay flat under my book case.
This is on the hardcover shelf.
Calvin Johnson
Beautiful coffee table book
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