CITATION: Green, Paul J. "Star." World Book Student. World Book, 2015. Web. 2 Dec. 2015.
by Bryson Gore
Call Number: 520 GOR
CITATION: Gore, Bryson. Astronomy : Every Galaxy Has a Black Hole. Mankato, Minn., Stargazer Books, 2006.
The Illustrated on the Shoulders of Giants
by Stephen W. Hawking
Call Number: 520 ILL
Publication Date: 2004-10-13
Now with colour photos and illustrations, this accessible edition is a revolutionary look at the scientific discoveries that changed our perception of the world. Based on seven classic works of physics and astronomy, the book traces the evolution of modern science.
CITATION: Hawking, S W. The Illustrated on the Shoulders of Giants : the Great Works of Physics and Astronomy. Philadelphia, Running Press, 2004.
Exploring the Universe
by Nathalie Fredette; Claude Lafleur
Call Number: 520 EXP
Publication Date: 2001-07-01
Photographs, maps, diagrams, and text present information on the galaxies, the Big Bang theory, astronomical observations, and the evolution of space exploration.
CITATION: Exploring the Universe. Milwaukee, Wis., World Almanac Library, 2001.
A Stargazer's Guide
by Isaac Asimov; Richard Hantula
Call Number: 523.8 ASI
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
CITATION: Asimov, Isaac, and Richard Hantula. A Stargazer's Guide. Milwaukee, WI, Gareth Stevens Pub., 2004.
by David Jefferis
Call Number: 523.8 Jef
Publication Date: 2006-03-15
This book is an introduction to the edge-of-your-seat theories put forth by researchers to explain their incredible findings, from planets circling stars other than the sun to the discovery of other intelligent life forms.
CITATION: Jefferis, David. Black Holes and Other Bizarre Space Objects. New York, Crabtree Pub., 2006.
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