Book: Astronomy - Recent Discoveries & Developments by Paul M Rumsbycategories: Book, Astronomy Discoveries, Cosmology, Stars, Universe, Black Holes, Gravitational Lensing, Milky Way, Galaxies, Nebula, Globular Star Clusters, Astronomy 2012, Astronomy
Paul M Rumsbyabout this book: Astronomy - Recent Discoveries And Developments, as the title suggests, gathers together recent, significant discoveries from the fast moving field of Astronomy. These bit sized pieces of headline making news, presented in an easy to read, easy to understand format are accompanied by full colour images and illustration that perfectly reinforces and compliments the subjects.
The book, intended to be accessible to a wide audience, needs no previous knowledge of Astronomy to be fully enjoyed and forms a perfect catch-up or introduction for anyone with an interest in this fascinating field of science.
Discover Stars that are rotating at a dizzying 1 million miles per hour, others that are only as hot as a cup of tea, another that should not exist and one that literally changed our Universe. Discover why Galaxies are the ultimate recyclers and how mysterious dark matter is not behaving as predicted. Discover all this and more in this exciting round up from the world of Astronomy.
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