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by David Layzer

eBook Constructing the Universe (Scientific American Books) download ISBN: 0716750031
Author: David Layzer
Publisher: Scientific American Library; 1st edition (September 1, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 313
ePub: 1209 kb
Fb2: 1618 kb
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Astronomy and Space Science

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Constructing the Universe book Published September 28th 1985 by Scientific American Books (NY) (first published September 1985).

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Constructing the Universe. Book in the Scientific American Library Series Series). Traces the history of theories about the nature of the universe, looks at the contributions of scientists from Copernicus to Einstein, and summarizes current theories of cosmic evolution.

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Traces the history of theories about the nature of the universe, looks at the contributions of scientists from Copernicus to Einstein, and summarizes current theories of cosmic evolution