Patrick Moore; John Mason
The reference book that no stargazer should be without
Lawrence M. Krauss
A provocative account of the astounding new answers to the most basic philosophical questions: where did the universe come from and how will it end?
John D. Barrow
Tells a story that revolves around a single extraordinary fact: that Albert Einstein's famous theory of relativity describes a series of entire universes.
Caleb A. Scharf
Traces the two hundred year history of our attempts to discover the nature of black holes. This title reveals how these giant black holes profoundly rearrange the cosmos that surrounds...
Brian Cox; Andrew Cohen
Professor Brian Cox is back with another insightful and mind-blowing exploration of space. This time he shows us our universe as we've never seen it before.
Brian Cox; Andrew Cohen
What is Life? Where did it come from? Why does it end?
There's a lot more to time than clocks and calendars. Time is the most crucial, controversial, complex, mindblowing force in the universe. It rules our lives and everything around us...
Explores our scientific understanding of the universe, the 'string theory' that might hold the key to unifying nature's laws, and our continuing quest to know more. This book shows, ours...
Patrick Moore; Chris North
Collects questions sent in by viewers and fans, answered by Sir Patrick Moore and "Sky at Night" co-presenter Dr Chris North. Featuring sections on the solar system, cosmology, the bizarre...
Offers an introduction to how to do astronomy in the digital age. This title explains the principles of astronomy as well as the practical techniques to provide both beginners and...
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The bestselling author of Longitude and Galileo's Daughter tells the story of Nicolaus Copernicus and the revolution in astronomy that changed the world.
A surreally entertaining trip into the science of life in space.
Could there be, elsewhere, life as advanced as here on Earth, or are we more likely to find much more primitive life forms, or even no life at all? Can...
A dazzling tour d'horizon of mankind's enduring fascination with, and reliance upon, the extraordinary star at the centre of our solar system.
Terry Hope; N.A.S.A.
Celebrates the perspective of cameras freed from the confines of Earth: looking back at our own colourful planet and charting the activity of satellites and space shuttles. This title explores...
John L. Heilbron
Galileo is aptly known as 'the father of modern science'. But there is much more to him than his well-known discoveries in physics and astronomy, and his infamous clash with...