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Fine. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. The quest for the farthest objects in the Universe remains one of the most challenging in modern astronomy. Peering deeper and deeper into space reveals the most distant and powerful objects known and so probes back to the embryonic epochs of the Universe not long after its birth in the Big Bang. Four world experts each contribute a chapter to this lucid survey. Hardcover, x, 104 pp. A book in excellent condition but without jacket.
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Fine in Fine jacket. First Edition. Dustjacket and book are as new. Peering deeper and deeper into space reveals themost distant and powerful objects known. Four world experts each contribute a chapter to this lucid survey.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England
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