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Gravity's Fatal Attraction : Black Holes in the Universe

Blending descriptive theoretical arguments with the latest observational results, Begelman and Rees present the evidence for black holes and their role in the Universe. This lavishly illustrated book is suitable for introductory undergraduate courses, and will also fascinate amateur astronomers and all readers interested in astronomy and physics.
R 467,50 R 550,00


Are we alone in the universe? If not, where is everybody? An engaging exploration of one of the most important unsolved problems in science.
R 290,00

Astrobiology : The Search for Life Elsewhere in the Universe

Are we alone in the Universe, or are there as many planets supporting life as there are stars in the sky?
R 191,25 R 225,00

Adventures in Space

One day our sun will grow...and grow...and grow...until it ends its life as a red giant 400x its current size. Wonder at facts like these, and much more, in the new illustrated guide to Space.
R 263,50 R 310,00

A Question and Answer Guide to Astronomy

An engaging guide for anyone who has ever wondered about the cosmos, this handy reference gives simple yet rigorous answers to hundreds of astronomical questions. This second edition includes substantial new material throughout, including the latest findings from the New Horizons, Rosetta, and Dawn space missions, and images from professional telescopes.
R 342,98 R 403,51

A Walk through the Southern Sky : A Guide to Stars, Constellations and Their Legends

This new edition of A Walk through the Southern Sky is a beautifully illustrated guide to the stars and constellations of the southern hemisphere. By following the simplified and easy-to-use starmaps, readers will be able to identify constellations with no equipment but normal sight and a clear night sky.
R 493,00 R 580,00

Discovering Eris : The Symbolism and Significance of a New Planetary Archetype

Explores the astrological significance of Eris, a new dwarf planet in our solar system.
R 144,00 R 180,00

A Dictionary of Astronomy

Completely revised and updated, this dictionary contains over 4,300 entries covering all aspects of astronomy. Written by an expert team of contributors under the editorship of Ian Ridpath, it is an accessible and invaluable reference for students, professionals, and space enthusiasts.
R 271,11 R 318,95

Cycles of Time : An Extraordinary New View of the Universe

Presenting various standard and non-standard cosmological models, discussing black holes in depth as well as taking in the role of the cosmic microwave background along the way, Roger Penrose argues that the Big Bang was not actually the beginning of everything - nor will it signal the end.
R 285,00

An Introduction to Cosmology

The third edition of this successful textbook is fully updated and includes important recent developments in cosmology. With 400 problems and numerous worked examples, it is suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduates on courses in theoretical physics, astrophysics or applied mathematics that include modern cosmology.
R 816,00 R 960,00

A Brief History Of Time : From Big Bang To Black Holes

Was there a beginning of time? It begins by reviewing the great theories of the cosmos from Newton to Einstein, before delving into the secrets which still lie at the heart of space and time, from the Big Bang to black holes, via spiral galaxies and strong theory.
R 182,75 R 215,00