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by Neil F. Comins

Author: Neil F. Comins
Subcategory: Astronomy & Space Science
Language: English
Publisher: W H Freeman & Co (Sd); 5th CD-Rom edition (December 1999)
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.9
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As an amateur astronomer of 40 years I bought this used book as a backup book for my observatory for our astronomy club members and my family to use. William J. Kaufmann and Neil F. Comins wrote a very good book. Easy to read and lots of great questions for the astronomy student to tackle.

Ships from and sold by MACS WHOLESALE. As an amateur astronomer of 40 years I bought this used book as a backup book for my observatory for our astronomy club members and my family to use. William has a good style that reads well, not super advanced technical that would be very good for a senior high school student or freshman college course. Some math and formulas but not too difficult.

William J. I checked out the supplied free Starry Nights Discovering The Universe Software . software. It loaded well on my MS Vista laptop

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Neil F. Comins is a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Maine and author of popular scientific books, articles, and textbooks. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell and a P. in astrophysics from University College, Cardiff, Wales

Neil F. in astrophysics from University College, Cardiff, Wales. He is the author of What If the Earth Had Two Moons?

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Discovering the Universe. Comins, Bangor, Maine. Author of: What if the Moon Didn't Exist? Voyages to Earth that Might have been

Neil F. Author of: What if the Moon Didn't Exist? Voyages to Earth that Might have been  . See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 14 January 2013.

Discovering the Universe is the bestselling brief text for descriptive one-term astronomy courses (especially those with no mathematics prerequisites).