[Eric Chaisson] Astronomy Today [x men Book] Ebook

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Un and then moves on to stars and galaxies While the text is descriptive largely conceptua. My Astronomy text book This is fascinating I am a little bit of a nerd I enjoyed all the out of the world stuff this book had to offer Although there is no person or plot this book was adventurous to me because outer space after all is uite crazy and unstable

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Astronomy Today

This textbook takes an 'Earth out' progression covering the solar system followed by the S. This book is a treasure It s a university level textbook Chaisson and McMillan do an amazing job explaining what the Universe is how it was formedis forming how it works from the Big Bang to the formation of stars and galaxies etcthe whole enchiladaI m not sure there is a better resource book on the subject available on this planetone so in depth and articulate yet written so well a child could understand They truly did put the cookies on the lower shelf so that us common folk can enjoy them tooPart Four Chapters 26 28Mind blowingly wonderful I have to confess I got my copy for 125 used at a Goodwill store But now I m gonna have to bite the bullet and find the most recentupdated version of this book no matter the costThis book is empowering I feel like I have the encyclopedia of the Universe at my fingertips

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L it does provide uantitative material including worked examples in optional boxed section. I absolutely HATED this book It was so confusing and hard to read and didn t hold my attention at all If you re a science major I m sure you would love this book but if you re someone like me who is only taking the class to fulfill a science credit it will most likely be mind draining


10 thoughts on “Astronomy Today

  1. says:

    it was a very helpful book as a complementary textbook for my Astronomy course epic textbook I didn't study all the book and I tried to read the rest in the summer vacation but I was busy enough to finish it as I'm a particle physicist not astrophysicist after all

  2. says:

    Very good textbook aimed at college freshman for a science reuirement 8th edition so it includes developments up to 2014 I am gonna give this copy away as a gift since I bought it not knowing I had the 7th edition already

  3. says:

    This book is a treasure It's a university level textbook Chaisson and McMillan do an amazing job explaining what the Universe is how it was formedis forming how it works from the Big Bang to the formation of stars and galaxies etcthe whole enchiladaI'm not sure there is a better resource book on the subject available on this plane

  4. says:

    Ahhh my astronomy textbook from back in the day when Pluto was still a planet I remember enjoying this book but totally dreading the random uizzes we had on its contents I still have it which must mean something if I held onto it through all these years

  5. says:

    My Astronomy text book This is fascinating I am a little bit of a nerd I enjoyed all the out of the world stuff this book had to offer Although there is no person or plot this book was adventurous to me because outer space after all is uite crazy and unstable

  6. says:

    I'm actually reading the 3rd edition of this bood and this is the 6th but it's by the same people and I couldn't find the 3rd on the search engine

  7. says:

    Exaustive panorama of astronomy and cosmology vith a little superior than popular level and with exercices very readable i own the seventh edition

  8. says:

    This is the standard text on astronomy from planetary to interstellar Most people who use this have already read Hawking This book is just data and is not used in higher education courses at UC’s But it does teach you about the planetary bodies and their moons It’s information you should memorize Uranus’ moons are named after Shakespeare characters from the Tempest Jupiter is the one with Galilean moons and Saturn and Neptune have si

  9. says:

    I absolutely HATED this book It was so confusing and hard to read and didn't hold my attention at all If you're a science major I'm sure you would love this book but if you're someone like me who is only taking the class to fulfill a science credit it will most likely be mind draining

  10. says:

    This book has some really good data and general info