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By Spangenburg, Ray; Moser, Kit
Portrays the life and work of one of the most famous and influential scientists of the late 20th century--the astronomer Carl Sagan.
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About 95 percent of all visible matter in our galaxy, the Milky Way, and indeed in the entire universe is contained in stars. Compared to stars, planets are insignificant in size; contained in stars are the materials of matter and even life itself. By studying the birth and death... of stars, scientists are learning about how the universe began, how it maintains itself, and about how it may end, as well as gathering insight into the secrets of energy and matter.Read more
By Spangenburg, Ray; Moser, Kit; Revised by Otfinoski, Steven
A biography that examines Carl Sagan's steady growth as a man, as a scientist, and as a scientist and as a communicator - a man who had both odd quirks and great charisma, who had an immensely eclectic knowledge base and a unique understanding of the central place of science in t...he human experience.Read more
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