The History of Our Universe in 21 Stars: (That You Can Spot in the Night Sky)

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A complete introduction to the heavens through the tales of these 21 key stars.
Previously published as A History of the Universe in 21 Stars.

'A delight and triumph ... A thing of beauty ... Truly, truly magical' talkRADIO

Look up on a clear evening, and you'll see thousands of stars shining in the night sky, each telling a story of their own. With star maps to help easily identify key celestial bodies, astronomer Giles Sparrow takes 21 stars (and three imposters) to look at what each pinprick of light can tell us about the birth, life and death of our universe.

From red giants to supernovae and from stellar cities to our own Sun, The History of Our Universe in 21 Stars shows how the lights we see in the sky can help us unravel the mysteries of the cosmos.
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Weight 0.000000
Author Sparrow, Giles
Availability IP
Department Astronomy
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781802795059
Pages 352
Published 03/08/2023
Publisher Royal Botanic Gardens
Section Astronomy
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