Cosmology: The Science of the Universe

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Cambridge University Press, Apr 30, 1981 - Science - 448 pages
A comprehensive introductory treatment of cosmology including discussions of the many potential universes that are candidates for the real universe, the early universe and the end of time, the cosmic numbers and their importance in the design of the universe, the receding horizons of the observable universe, and the issues arising from the possibility of intelligent life in the Galaxy.

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User Review  - danhammang - LibraryThing

Picked it up for casual reading. The first half was lots of fun. The second half was way over my head, deep heavily laden with mathematical arguments. Read full review

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