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  1. The Primeval Universe by Jayant Vishnu Narlikar

    The Primeval Universe by Jayant Vishnu Narlikar

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    An account of current research into the very early history of the universe, describing scientific speculation on its origin and the nature of physical laws. Learn More
  2. Meteorites: The Key to Our Existence by Natural History Museum

    Meteorites: The Key to Our Existence by Natural History Museum

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    An account of the present knowledge about meteorites, and a discussion of what they tell us about the evolution of the solar system and life on Earth. The book is aimed at a wide readership - including secondary students, beginning geologists and general readers. Learn More
  3. Blinded by the Light: Secret of the Sun by John Gribbin

    Blinded by the Light: Secret of the Sun by John Gribbin

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    An investigation into the secrets and the new scientific developments which are changing our perceptions of the sun. The book tackles such questions as - does the sun breathe?, can it make sound? and is its centre ice-cold? The author has also written "Hothouse Earth" and "The Hole in the Sky". Learn More
  4. Stars and Planets by Ian Ridpath

    Stars and Planets by Ian Ridpath

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    Illustrates and describes each of the planets in the Solar System. With charts and diagrams, this title makes the often complex process of locating planets in the night sky simple. It includes a glossary that explains any scientific and technical terms used. Learn More
  5. Cambridge Deep-Sky Albm by Jack Newton
  6. Beginner's Guide to Astronomy by Patrick Moore
  7. The Monthly Sky Guide by Ian Ridpath

    The Monthly Sky Guide by Ian Ridpath

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    Fully revised and updated guide to the night sky, now in full colour. Learn More
  8. The Neptune File: Planet Detectives and the Discovery of Worlds Unseen by Tom Standage

    The Neptune File: Planet Detectives and the Discovery of Worlds Unseen by Tom Standage

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    The author draws on recently discovered documents to reveal how two planet detectives pioneered a new way of seeing into space. He tells the dramatic story of the Cornish mathematician John Couch Adams and his discovery of the planet Neptune in 1845, remarkable because he did not use a telescope. Learn More
  9. Yearbook of Astronomy: 2006 by CBE, DSc, FRAS, Sir Patrick Moore

    Yearbook of Astronomy: 2006 by CBE, DSc, FRAS, Sir Patrick Moore

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    Features a range of commissioned articles by some of the top astronomers, a collection of charts and astronomical data, and a month-by-month guide to everything for the coming year: planets, eclipses, comets, meteors, nebulae and phases of the moon. Learn More
  10. Stardust by John Gribbin

    Stardust by John Gribbin

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    "Every atom of every element in your body, except for hydrogen, has been manufactured inside stars, scattered across the universe, and recycled to become part of you...". In this text, John Gribbin explains that it is only by understanding how stars work that we can understand our cosmic origins. Learn More

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