Includes bibliographical references.
|Genre||Charts, diagrams, etc., Catalogs.|
|LC Classifications||QB65 .L33 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007024167|
One of the hardest things we can try to map is the universe, with its dimensions and shape poorly debated among scientists and experts. New instruments made in the last decade are attempting to help us resolve a long-lived mystery that is not only crucial to effectively mapping the universe, but can tell us something about the fate of the universe one : Mark Altaweel. Mapping the Universe book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. From the earliest beginnings of our species, the night sky has been a /5. James Trefil is a physicist and author of more than 30 books, including The Laws of Nature and Other Worlds: The Solar System and is co-author of an influential textbook, Science Matters: Achieving Scientific Literacy, and was a contributor to National Geographic's Encyclopedia of Space.A former physics professor at University of Virginia, he now teaches physics at 4/4(1). Trefil, J. (). Space atlas: mapping the universe and beyond. Washington, D.C: National Geographic. Citation by: Robbie Biddle Type of Reference: Bibliographic Call Number: Ref Content/Scope: This book is filled with photography that explores what exists in space. It allows the reader to explore the unknown/5.
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