Free eBook Astronomy Today, Volume 2: Stars and Galaxies (5th Edition) download
by Eric Chaisson,Steve McMillan
Author: Eric Chaisson,Steve McMillan
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings; 5 edition (July 28, 2004)
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Subcategory: Astronomy and Space Science
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by Eric Chaisson (Author), Steve McMillan (Author).
by Eric Chaisson (Author), Steve McMillan (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0134566214.
Eric has written nine books and received a number of literary awards along the way. Steve McMillan, a former P.
Temporarily out of stock. Eric has written nine books and received a number of literary awards along the way. candidate of Eric Chaisson’s, is a professor of Physics at Drexel University.
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Author(s): Eric Chaisson, Steve McMillan. ISBN: 0136155502 (ISBN13: 9780136155508). Published July 28th 2004 by Benjamin Cummings. Author(s): Eric Chaisson, Steve McMillan. ISBN: 0131176846 (ISBN13: 9780131176843).
This title is out of print. Eric Chaisson, Tufts University. Steve McMillan, Drexel University. Particular attention was given to clearly and concisely presenting scientific terms to the non-science student. Volume 2 includes Chapters 1-5 plus 16-28.
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by Steve McMillan and Eric Chaisson.
This straightforward volume presents a broad view of astronomy spanning known facts, evolving ideas, and frontier discoveries. The authors combine qualitative reasoning and analogies with familiar objects and phenomena to awaken readers to the excitement of the universe around them. Incorporates new understanding and emphases in contemporary astronomy, including the latest data on topics ranging from adaptive optics and solar system formation to extrasolar planets and the recent missions to Mars. Top-notch illustration program exploits the full range of the electromagnetic spectrum, including images taken at radio, infrared, ultraviolet, X-ray, or gamma-ray wavelengths, in addition to visible-light photographs. For anyone interested in learning more about astronomy.