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Read this book and let them guide you to enlightenment. Kirshner, author of The Extravagant Universe "If you want a clear and fair assessment of the astonishing recent progress in understanding the cosmos--and of the mysteries that remain to be addressed--then this is the book for you. Ostriker and Mitton write with authority, and with style as well. It is full of anecdotes and insights that will intrigue a general readership.

This engaging history introduces nonexperts to the discoveries and basic concepts behind our current understanding of the universe. Ostriker and Mitton are strong advocates for the tenacity and creativity of physicists and astronomers. This is an upbeat and inspiring story, told with vigor and enthusiasm. Review quote Jeremiah P. Ostriker and Mitton's knowledge is vast, and while they acknowledge that our understanding of the universe is far from complete, this thought-provoking presentation is as accessible as it is exciting.

With infectious enthusiasm, diagrams and even a little high school math, the authors deliver the available answers along with the increasing confusion. A fine introduction to cosmology but rich enough to inform readers familiar with introductions. The path is a fascinating history from the first debates over the cosmic redshift and the Hubble constant through the discovery of the cosmic microwave background by Penzias and Wilson in the s right up to the big questions being raised today.


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Excellent archival photos and a very useful appendix that clearly and simply explains some of the essential mathematical concepts add to the pleasure of reading this book. Written with authority and flair, this is one of the very best books on the topic. Recommended reading for any science buff. Rare among astronomy books, it was a 'page-turner', an exciting, intriguing, authoritative historical review of past cosmological endeavors coupled with an informed assessment of where we are at the present time.

It is accurately aimed at the general reader and non-expert. Excellent archival photos and a very useful appendix that clearly and simply explains some of the essential mathematical concepts add to the pleasure of reading this book.

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Written with authority and flair, this is one of the very best books on the topic. Recommended reading for any science bluff. Rare among astronomy books, it was a 'page-turner', an exciting, intriguing, authoritative historical review of past cosmological endeavors coupled with an informed assessment of where we are at the present time.

It is accurately aimed at the general reader and non-expert. Hughes, Observatory " Heart of Darkness is a cheerful and accessible introduction to some of the most fascinating topics in astronomy today. It presents the concepts clearly, tells the stories about the discoverers with remarkable detail, and explains the logic leading to the hypotheses of dark matter and dark energy. I would not hesitate to recommend it for both general readers and scientists.

Mather, Physics Today "What does come through in [this book], is a real sense of the excitement that these scientists feel in not knowing everything, together with the confidence that one day we'll work it out. This is not fuzzy mysticism. It is the clear-eyed logic of the world observed by astronomers, described here with precision and verve by Ostriker and Mitton.

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Read this book and let them guide you to enlightenment. Kirshner, author of The Extravagant Universe "If you want a clear and fair assessment of the astonishing recent progress in understanding the cosmos — and of the mysteries that remain to be addressed — then this is the book for you. Ostriker and Mitton write with authority, and with style as well. It is full of anecdotes and insights that will intrigue a general readership. This engaging history introduces nonexperts to the discoveries and basic concepts behind our current understanding of the universe.

Ostriker and Mitton are strong advocates for the tenacity and creativity of physicists and astronomers. This is an upbeat and inspiring story, told with vigor and enthusiasm. Newsletter Google 4. Help pages. Prothero Michael J. Benton Richard Fortey View All.

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Go to British Wildlife. Conservation Land Management. Go to Conservation Land Management. The path is a fascinating history from the first debates over the cosmic redshift and the Hubble constant through the discovery of the cosmic microwave background by Penzias and Wilson in the s right up to the big questions being raised today. Excellent archival photos and a very useful appendix that clearly and simply explains some of the essential mathematical concepts add to the pleasure of reading this book. Written with authority and flair, this is one of the very best books on the topic.

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Recommended reading for any science buff. Rare among astronomy books, it was a 'page-turner', an exciting, intriguing, authoritative historical review of past cosmological endeavors coupled with an informed assessment of where we are at the present time. It is accurately aimed at the general reader and non-expert. Hughes, Observatory. It presents the concepts clearly, tells the stories about the discoverers with remarkable detail, and explains the logic leading to the hypotheses of dark matter and dark energy.

I would not hesitate to recommend it for both general readers and scientists. Mather, Physics Today. This is not fuzzy mysticism. It is the clear-eyed logic of the world observed by astronomers, described here with precision and verve by Ostriker and Mitton.

Read this book and let them guide you to enlightenment.