Astronomy: Journey to the Cosmic Frontier, 5th edition

ISBN: 0073050024

Category: Study

Tag: Physics


Posted on 2013-12-13, updated at 2016-07-09, by hamms.

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Astronomy: Journey to the Cosmic Frontier, 5th edition
2008 | John D. Fix | ISBN: 0073050024, 9780073347219 | 774 pages | PDF | 55 MB

This is a text for an introductory astronomy course. One of the main goals is to provide a broad enough and deep enough backround in astronomy so the student will be able to follow current developments in astronomy years after they complete the course. This book presumes that most of its readers are not science majors and that they probably have not had a college-level science or mathematics course. The book provides a complete description of current astronomical knowledge, neither at an extreme technical level nor at a level that fails to communicate the quantitative nature of physical science. Finally, the historical development of astronomy is emphasized to show that astronomy, like other sciences, advances through the efforts of many scientists, and to show how present ideas have been developed.

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1 Comments for "Astronomy: Journey to the Cosmic Frontier, 5th edition":

  1. Would like to take a look. Sounds a good book.
    Posted by guest on 2016-07-09 07:15, email hidden.

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