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by Michael A Seeds

Free eBook Horizons: Exploring the Universe download ISBN: 0495560421
Author: Michael A Seeds
Publisher: Cengage Learning; 11th Revised ed. edition (February 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 512
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Astronomy and Space Science
Size MP3: 1724 mb
Size FLAC: 1618 mb
Rating: 4.3
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He was senior consultant for creation of the 20-episode telecourse accompanying his book Horizons: Exploring the Universe. Paperback: 488 pages.

He was senior consultant for creation of the 20-episode telecourse accompanying his book Horizons: Exploring the Universe. Paperback: 528 pages. ISBN-10: 9781111430207.

I recommend this book because my professor chose it and it is quite worth the seventy dollars. Teen and Young Adult.

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Michael A. Seeds has been Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Franklin and Marshall (F&M) College in. . Seeds has been Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Franklin and Marshall (F&M) College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, since 1970. In 1989, he received F&M College's Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.

Horizons : exploring the universe. Horizons : exploring the universe. by. Seeds, Michael A. Publication date. Astronomy, Astronomy.

Michael Seeds and Dana Backman Publisher: Cengage Learning. Included in a Cengage Unlimited subscription. Hints are offered with each step, which encourages students to think through each question.

He was senior consultant for creation of the accompanying his book Horizons: Exploring the Universe. Dana Backman taught in the physics and astronomy department at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, from 1991 until 2003

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Mora
This was a required book for an Astronomy course I took in college - I can't say enough good things about it. The large, colorful pictures along with the easy to read text made this subject one of my favorites so far in college. Astronomy can be difficult at times but this book made the various topics extremely easy to understand. I liked this book so much that I decided to keep it as part of my personal library and reference book - I've used it numerous times already when hearing about different topics in Astronomy. One of the best school textbooks out there - absolutely recommended!
Freighton
Very interesting book. Bought it during my college course but kept the book to further my understanding of the space and beyond. Especially with new studies and discoveries by NASA, I had to look up and re read my notes. Great book but it could be boring if you are not into space, or curious about what is beyond us
Talvinl
College book.
Qiahmagha
My girlfriend loves space and loves books with the pictures of everything that's out there very clear and high resolution photos
Stan
loved it
Abandoned Electrical
It was for school so boring and very unhelpful. Altough we were made to get it, we never learned any helpful information.
Kegal
This book came to me in perfect condition, and was exactly as the seller stated. It's an easy to read book, but could be a little clearer in the definitions. Some of them are a bit vague.
So the book description says: "Each new copy of the text includes access to ThomsonNOW(tm), an online personalized learning system that will save you time in studying and help you prepare for exams through a series of diagnostic tests and personalized study plans."

Which would be great except the first copy I ordered had NO code. After calling the "contact us" # from the inside of the book cover AND trying to access their online help which always results in an error, I returned the book to Amazon who was nice enough to send me a new copy...which had NO code.

Still on hold with the publisher. Still trying to get something besides an error message from their online help.

This has been such a frustrating process that I don't really care anymore if the book has good content.

Amazon: helpful
Thomson/Cengage: not helpful