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The Big Bang: Third Edition by Joseph Silk

The Big Bang: Third Edition (edition 2000)

by Joseph Silk

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Title:The Big Bang: Third Edition
Authors:Joseph Silk
Info:Times Books (2000), Edition: 3, Paperback, 512 pages
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Cosmology -- a comprehensive and authoritative treatment. By the way, the 2002May24 issue of Science had some mind-bending articles on spacetime. One point made was that "Is the universe infinite?" has recently been answered with a definite maybe!
  fpagan | Dec 28, 2006 |
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Readers looking for an introduction to astronomy, specific information on a key astronomical subject, or simply a fascinating story spanning the expanse of time and space will find The Big Bang hard to resist. "This is a book that will inspire people to study cosmology." The Observatory Magazine "People with no science background can certainly get a great deal from much of the text, and can appreciate the more thorough treatment of the philosophical and mathematical foundations of the subject." Nature

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